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Long time to Rev down...

Daniel

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Evening All..

Hope the weekend is going well ?

I have just been for a spin in my 993 and she seems to be taking a long time to rev down ?

She is not due for a service till May, is this something I should not worry about till then ?

Could it be a sensor ?


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Time for a new one Dan!

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Define long time Dan?

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by 993C2S on 20 January 2007

Define long time Dan?
3 sec (ish) From 4,000

If I take her on a run, she is fine after 15 mins of driving...




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She's jealous.

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you need a 3 Dan :D

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Robertb on 21 January 2007

She's jealous.
of what.. ?

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She knows she's gonna be dumped for a younger model!

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Oh.. I see.

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Anyone else got any views on this ??

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There isnt something fouling the accelerator pedal is there, bit of carpet ?

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Daniel on 20 January 2007

Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by 993C2S on 20 January 2007

Define long time Dan?
3 sec (ish) From 4,000

If I take her on a run, she is fine after 15 mins of driving...



So only when it's cold? I take it after 15 mins the car gets to operating temp and is fine? If so I'd guess it'll be linked to the cold start enrichment? Call Northway - they'll probably have experienced it before.

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No I have checked that... It only happens when the car has not been used for a few days.

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Dan, could be a sticking throttle butterfly or the idle stabilisation valve, call JZM, they are usually happy to talk over the phone.

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