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03-05-2008 03:21 PM
ranger88den Diagnostic Trouble Code.
02-29-2008 06:41 PM
herc Sorry I'm not sure what you mean by DTC ???
02-29-2008 11:45 AM
ranger88den Any DTC's?
02-25-2008 03:58 AM
reida_1991 Could be caused by a sticky accelerator cable. Give it a spray with WD40 or similar at the joints. Check all the associated fuel filters and any point(s) where the fuel narrows in its flow ie. jets in the carby/ injectors. Had that happen to me on my first suzi. All the best.

02-22-2008 09:36 PM
Fuel flow problem

Hello, I have a 96 sierra soft top, the problem I'm having is that occasionaly the car revs up, down, up, down (850 - 1300 - 850rpm etc) all by itself whether idling or driving, the only way I can stop it is to turn off the engine. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance

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