faulty throttle body sensor? sticking throttle body? the only other two things it could be....
I know but im guessing purely on the symptoms.Sejin26 said:96 was bang on the change from SPI to MPI.
Just to close this thread off in case someone else with the same problem finds it in future... I disconnected the ECU for a few days at the big plug (left the battery connected, to keep clock working), and lo and behold, the car is now behaving itself again! Must have reverted back to default values or something.Sejin26 said:My other suggestion is to disconnect the battery over night and plug it back on and see if the ECU may reset.
I know they could, but they'd also update my bank balance with a much lower value!:banghead: As a poor student, I'll have to struggle on bodging for the time being...Sejin26 said:Well if you take it to a dealer they can update the ecu with some new settings.