[DML] Re: stalling again- bleh
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[DML] Re: stalling again- bleh

Easiest way to evaluate CIS as a cause is to replace the idle speed motor with a pair of 3/4" vacuum caps (Help! part number #02254) and idle the engine manually with the brass screws. You won't have any cold fast idle, but once it warms up if the car idles normally CIS definitely has a problem.

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Martin Gutkowski" <martin@...> wrote:
> I'd go with David, it's most likely a fault with the CIS system (constant idle speed), it could be the control unit has failed, they can act very wierd. The question that might be worth asking is why it has now failed twice, for example is the alternator regulating properly? It's quite sensitive to things like jump starting too. Early days but based on what you've said it's the most likely thing.
> Best Wishes,
> Martin


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