I have a 1987 Cadillac De Elegance with 38,000 miles on it believe it or
not. Recently it started dying when I come to a stop. It only does it after
the engine has warmed up a good while, never in the first 10-20 minutes.
Sometimes when I turn the wheel at idle, othertimes simply dies when I stop.
The GM dealership has replaced an idle motor, somthing on the AC that adjust
the idle when it kicks in and I'm tired of throwing $$$ at it if they don't
know what is wrong which is obvious now. They have also set everything back
to factory specs whatever that entails.
The car is in excellent shape otherwise and with the super low miles I would
like to hang on to it although I did buy another car that I could depend on
for everyday driving.
Any help on this is appreciated.
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