I am hoping that the problem won't be timing because my car was only recently serviced. I have noticed that this problem only occurs if I do not turn off the cars air conditioning which seems to make the car idle faster if that is of any further help. I know I could end the problem by ensuring the a/c is off everytime but it shouldn't be happening at all should it?
How do I decarbonize my engine? Do I just purchase some kind of carbie cleaner and throw that thru the fuel system? Not down the carburator directly, thats bad right? And with regard to the high octane fuel, should I refill with that when my tank is close empty or anytime at all? Am I best of continuing to use a high octane fuel in future? Sorry to be coming hard and fast with seemingly supid questions but to be frank the only knowledge I have about cars is that my barbie doll had a pink car with 4 wheels. Again many thanks for your help!
Thursday, February 22nd, 2007 AT 3:07 PM