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Stalling quandry question

1979 930. Pretty fresh engine/electrical throughout. Not old used up and fagged out piece. Stalled at stop sign today. Key off then key on to start and car fires up. Count to four and car stalls. Key off, key on to start - cranks but no fire. Same procedure a few times more. Finally wiggle relays - I can hear them working. Car now starts again, but count to four and it stalls (still not in gear). Wiggle WUR wire out of desperation - look for anything out of sorts. See nothing. Try to fire again and it does. Drives 5 miles to home and seems trouble free. Any suggestions or input?
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Hi there,
I had a similar problem on my 964 turbo, a couple of suggestions that may help you, ensure that the air intake assembly pipes are completely tight including jubilee clips, also check fuel, I.e I would put some fresh in the car especialy if you bought your last lot from a different garage.
secondly if you have sensors on your exhaust, then remove leads from one at a time and see if one of them is playing up, remember to put them back on afterwards as you may fail emmisions tests!
If that lot does not work, then you may try a new fuel relay!
good luck Chris
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