Question about 1995 Porsche 928
It could be the MAF (mass air flow meter), or the ISV (idle stablizer valve. The problem with 928s are all the sensors, meters, and valves that can create the same symptoms when they fail. The Temp II Sensor can create the same idle problems when the car is cold. If you're more of a DIYer, try forums.rennlist.com. It's a great community of Porsche owners. If you go the the 928 forum, you can search threads or just post your problem. The members there are very knowledgeable and helpful.
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