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Getting code p1065. what is likely cause? Sometimes it cranks and runs fine.....till you stop and when you restart it engine runs erratic, starting off it has no power.....40mph max speed

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ask a local mechanic to have a look for you ,could be a problem with anything and everything to be honest and really it needs a expert eye to sort it out as its one of them on and off things so i would suspect electrical but it could be non return valve in the servo feed pipe even .

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It may be worth checking the throttle pot for consistancy in its resistance reading from idle to full throttle. Ive had one of these fail with a dead spot just off idle. This caused the ecu to loose coms for a short while and stalled the car. Also the idle stab gets confused when this happens. This was on a 320 though but might be worth a look. Do the test with the plug disconnected and the engine & ignition off.

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