it's a "84 944 N/A 100,000+ mi... this is my 3rd different one and never had this happen before?
it's a "84 944 N/A 100,000+ mi... this is my 3rd different one and
never had this happen before?
the problem; i was not in the car when it happened, so as best as my
wife can describe with my pressing for details...
the car was idleing with the shifter probably in 1st gear, clutch pedal
pressed down, also slight brake applied probably. she was that way
conversing to a teller when the car suddenly stalled completely, no
studder. the instrument panel will alight but i don't get no crank
action at all. not even a tic. recently when i last drove the car a
light on the dash near the stereo next to the brake indicator light
came on. (the symbol is a ring with lines seemingly shining from around
it?) I tried jumping the clutch switch and checked terminals on the
battery which is new/ international model. the car is equipped with
aftermarket Viper alarm. the device on the passenger fender well,
forgive my resorting to description, that connects to the throttle
cable and is a servo motor. well it makes a continuous noise as if
actuating but with no actuation visible of external linkage? what's
where do I start? will a broke timing/ idler cause a shutdown?
If what your saying is that there's a servo connecting to your throttle cable and when you go to start the engine you have nothing it sounds like the servo died and the engine isn't getting any rotation to the throttle, so no juice. I would go to Pelicanparts.com and start asking around you should get some great answers from those guys, they rock!
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