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Originally Posted by Jascha View Post
Wayne,

Is there a microswitch that is activated by the accelerator linkage— this switch ordinarily (84-89 911 models) closes when 'off the accelerator', and if you are above some DME set engine speed (e.g. 1600 rpm) the DME will modulate the injectors accordingly. If you’re below this 'measured' RPM, (i.e., switch is closed @idling) it will override and not shut-down the injectors...

In short, if the 'measured' RPM is incorrect that might give rise to what you described above...


Jascha
Yes, there is a switch, that has been checked and confirmed working via the Fluke multimeter at the DME connector...

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