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My 51 1.8 gdi is very slow to come back to tickover when i stop.

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  • HarryB1509 Sep 18, 2008

    Thanks Johngee10 but i live in sticksville the nearst place i can get a scan is 200 mile away. i need to find a local solution.

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Hi HarryB1509,

The first action to take is, have a scan carried out on your vehicle.....It may be that you have a computer controlled mal function..... The most likely cause will be with the electronically controlled throttle control.

Regards Johngee10

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