My son has a 1987 Celica GT that when you let off the gas and the rpm drop down, the engine keeps dying
My son has a 1987 Celica Gt that when you let off the gas and the rpm drop down, the engine keeps dying. We recently changed the Distributor Cap, Rotor, Plugs and plug wires because that is what the mechanic was recommending. Still same issue, ideas?
Clean the throttle body, look for vacuum leaks, maybe a bad throttle position sensor, check fuel pressure.
Is there a Screw on the throttle that you can manually adjust?
on mine it was the air intake. A crack in the in the big hose between the throttle body and air sensor. not sure if my names are right for the parts though. lol
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