Here you go. First off, the car surges because air in the cooling system confuses the computer because it does not sense the temp of the engine correctly. So, use the bleeder on the system to release the air. The system is a closed system and should not have air pockets in it. Secondly, if this does not fix the problem, think about this if you did the intake repair yourself and ask if you are 100% sure that the old gasket was completely removed. Any fragment could cause the engine to suck in air around it and again this confuses the computer as more air is present and the engine will surge.
Thursday, November 23rd, 2006 AT 9:31 PM