2nd Generation Specific 1986-1992 Discussion

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Old 12-18-2003, 08:23 PM
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She got a full tune up, all belts changed, a new master cylinder, etc. Still though when I drive for a bit (till warm) and park it and go do sumthing for about an hour.. When I try to start her up again, the rpms go up to about 1000 then they drop and stall. It only did it about 3 times, where as it use to do it arount 8 or 10. Any ideas how to solve this? Ricks Rotary in Pleasanton said its in perfect mechanical condition..

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Old 12-18-2003, 08:50 PM
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Originally Posted by rx7rider87' date='Dec 18 2003, 06:23 PM
She got a full tune up, all belts changed, a new master cylinder, etc. Still though when I drive for a bit (till warm) and park it and go do sumthing for about an hour.. When I try to start her up again, the rpms go up to about 1000 then they drop and stall. It only did it about 3 times, where as it use to do it arount 8 or 10. Any ideas how to solve this? Ricks Rotary in Pleasanton said its in perfect mechanical condition..

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Brett

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hit the gas after you start it, rev it a few tiems, then it shouldn't stall out
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Old 12-18-2003, 10:03 PM
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I should have said that is all while hitting the gas.. So the trying 3 or w/e time is with gas..
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Originally Posted by rx7rider87' date='Dec 18 2003, 08:03 PM
I should have said that is all while hitting the gas.. So the trying 3 or w/e time is with gas..
new fuel filter?...how are the injectors?
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check for vacuum leaks
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well i dont know if its the same but i have an n/a and it did that a couple of times. but while replacing the water pump the alternator boot was pushed aside and it touched the bracket and sparks went off. so we ended up blowing the main fuse to start it. but we reconnected it and it did that really bad. so i had to hold it at like 5500 rpms. so anyway my mechanic figured out that it only had a 40 amp fuse when it should have been 80. bought a new one and it started right up.
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