200q20v stalling

Mike Miller mikemilr at blackfoot.net
Sat Jun 3 01:09:06 EDT 2006

Look at the hose running from the backsdie of the Intake Manifold to the 
Turbo Bypas valve. It runs under the heat shield on the passenger side. Most 
likey burned thru.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <martinkuetzing at att.net>
To: <200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Friday, June 02, 2006 6:31 PM
Subject: 200q20v stalling

>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.
> Any BTDT's?
> Thanks,
> Martin
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