i have an '88 new yorker turbo, 200,000 km's... and it stalls. here's the
good part.. it stalls gently.
usually it happens during deceleration, like coming up to a light and i
remove my foot from the pedal... it will idle down and stop. REALLY hard
to start after.. i literally just have to "let it sit for a sec" --then it
starts fine. it will do this as many as 5 times a trip. error codes point to
MAP sensor, but i once got a code for the logic box/MAP interface, code 45 i
replacing the MAP sensor is advisable, i will do that, but are there any
other things i should be considering before i hit the parts yard?
and to finish it off.. a simple list of conditions:
-slightly rough idle with an idle-up, idle-down, idle-up, idle-down pattern.
-engine temp guage rises all the way to the top and goes red before dropping
all the way to the bottom and then rising again to normal temp.
-the slow-down-to-idle effect that is really annoying.