Friend of mine had a bad TPS that would do the same thing... but it
should toss a code.
On 5/14/2013 6:08 AM, Michael Maskalans wrote:
> On May 14, 2013, at 1:14 AM, Mike Burgess <email@example.com> wrote:
>> This last week, I've had several instances where suddenly, my truck stalls. Always while stopped, or nearly so. 160,000 miles, '98 318, auto trans.
>> Sometimes with the AC on, sometimes not. Past 15 years, never a single stall. Now, about a dozen in the last week. Starts right back up, no missing or sputtering, just gets eerily quiet. No trouble light, and the '98 is the year without a dashboard code readout.
>> 2 thoughts come to mind, fuel pump, or the dreaded firewall connector. Any other thoughts, or how to narrow it down ?
> I'd be thinking IAC first if it's as the throttle is closing.
> Michael Maskalans
> Rochester NY
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