kneale at coslink.net
Fri Jun 2 21:05:19 EDT 2006
Bypass valve failing or turbo plumbing leaks. "Chipping" modifies the
ECU. The chips are inside the ECU.
At 12:31 AM 6/3/2006 +0000, martinkuetzing at att.net wrote:
>I have a stalling problem that appeared litterally "overnight", a few weeks
>ago, and now is a regular nuisance.
>When either accelerating or decelerating and depressing the clutch to shift,
>the tach will drop through idle and the engine will stall. There is never
>any stalling at idle (at a stop light, for example), and reving the engine
>at a standstill will not cause this condition. Also, this problem does not
>appear to be engine temp related. If there is enough motion of the car,
>releasing the clutch will restart the engine. Or if this occurs while
>coasting to a complete stop, the starter restarts the car perfectly.
>But, in a typical thirty minute trip around town, the car may stall ten to
>twenty times in this manner.
>Also, there is a another (unrelated??) problem that's been around for a
>while, that appears to be boost related. When "punching" the throttle under
>conditions when max boost are expected, the engine appears to cut-out as
>though the ECU may have sensed an overboost condition. Reducing the
>accelerator a bit clears the problem. The car has been chipped, but has an
>unmodified ECU. The panel boost gauge shows 1.4 to 1.5 when this occurs.
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