Question about 1993 Porsche 928
The first thing to come to mind is water in the gas. Doesn't take much and I've seen this problem on many vehicles. Naturally, you can spend X amount of time troubleshooting the ignition, fuel, etc but when you shrug your shoulders in confusion, slip in a bottle of gas additive. So far, I have only used one and stick with it [stp gas additive in the red, plastic bottle]. No, I don't endorse them... just used it repeatedly and it is the only one I know that I can trust.
Otherwise, you are looking at quite a few items that may be at fault. I gave my S4 up many years ago. I loved the snot out of it but the maintenance costs were irritating.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
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