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Sounds like a sensor is going bad. A easyest indication of this is that the check engine light comes on,but not in all cases. take it to the nearest autozone and have them do a code scan,it is free. Really wanna find problem ,best bet would to have pro put it on a scanner. although the code scanner at autozone will atleast let you know if it is a sensor but oin alot of cases it doesent tell you which one. Hope this helps some and good luck
Hello, that is a puzzler, but the blow off valve opening up at an idle is making me think exhaust/catalytic converter restriction causing to much back pressure. Like it can't get the air through fast enough so it's backing up in the intake. I would start my chase there... Let me know if you find any thing...(subyguru)...
under the drivers dash are 2 loose black plugs, and 2 loose green plugs, put the black ones together and switch on ignition, dont start it, ecl will flash, slow flashes are 10's and fast ones are 1's. codes can be found on bba-reman.com
It's in 'safe mode'. Fault 66 is a nightmare! Usually caused by the sensors not talking to each other properly or 'disagreeing' with each other. Check all the sensors are pluged in & have good connections. A dirty connection can cause this code to appear. Disconnect the battery & touch the + & - leads together to discharge the system & reset the computer & fault codes