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Old 02-24-2001, 12:21 AM
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Location: Mequon, Wisconsin
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I have owned my '92 SE for 2 years. First owner drove it 10K. Preferred to look at it, I drive it. Now has 50K.

When driving the engine looses power momentarily - a split second - RPM's slow a little. Comes right back. On one occasion, the SRS lite came on and car would not go faster than 30 MPH. I shut it off, restarted it, and it was fine! Dealer / mechanic said it is a computer problem, and restarting it is best solution aside from replacing it. Didn't ask how much a new computer was, and didn't replace it.

Am I driving on borrowed time?
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Old 02-24-2001, 11:32 AM
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I think it is a comp prob.. do u have ASR?? maybe accelerator position sensor?? I dunno man jsut leave it i guess.. mine did the same for a while but only when i beat on it.. after i restart it its fine... happy benz'in
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