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stumble home mode in chip failure


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08-01-02, 03:01 PM   #1  
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stumble home mode in chip failure

I just read in thirdgen.com your car goes into stumble home mode (which is hard wired into your sys) when the chip fails . according to the artical you run vary rich . what would be some of the symptomes of running rich like that . would you bogg out , and run at a higher line psi. i have a 350 tpi port inj v-8 just look under the other post for shadow for all the details

 
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08-01-02, 03:53 PM   #2  
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Does your car do it all the time? As mentioned in the other post (please don't separate vehicles, keep all posts together on the same vehicle), there were extensive things to check. That has to be done first before going any further.

 
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08-01-02, 04:16 PM   #3  
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yes

yes at every speed i can fill it , but the slower speeds or quick accelerations are the worst . what how does your car run when you are running rich anyway?

 
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