[DML] Re: Stalling issues
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[DML] Re: Stalling issues

Wayne - The first place to look is the CPR.  You are probably not 
getting proper cold enrichment.  A comprehensive fuel pressure profile 
from a cold start would determine this.  If that checks out, then the 
next items are the thermal vacuum switch (102405), lambda sensor 
(102478), and (unlikely) the vacuum solenoid (101116).  I assume that 
the idle RPM figure was actually 750, rather than 7500.

Toby Peterson  VIN 2248 "Winged1"
DMC Northwest
DeLorean Parts Northwest, LLC

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, deloreanernst@... wrote:
> Happily my starting issues are resolved, but now I've developed 
stalling.  When cold (that is, freshly started, since it isn't 
really "cold" outside,) it will stall when I decelerate to go around a 
corner or stop at a light.  BTW, it idles rough too, at a steady 7500 
rpm. "Brump. Brump. Brump.  Brump." No hunting, although it used to.  
And when I accelerate hard, it  sounds like it's sucking air. "Thuh. 
Thuh. Thuh. Thuh. Thuh."  Plugs,  wires, coil, rpm relay, most vac 
lines are pretty new. I figure these are probably related issues. Any 
suggestions where to start looking?


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