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  1. Hi, I did a search onto forums without luck. My car tend to be not in carburation at low revs. It happens like that: when I'm down on revs or I'm simply moving the car from rest (example when going from a traffic light) it start to cough, bounching for some seconds. When , finally, staying on trottle, it stat to run smooth I feel no more the problem. Indeed the car at high speed, and generally at high revs, run perfect and fast. Mecs checked electronics, sensors and things like that, but without any important result. I have another check appointment next week and maybe it's better if I'll go there with some kind of suggestions.... cya from Italy :-) ps: for the second consecutive year I'll have holiday in Calif!!!
  2. The trick didn't worked :( At beginning it seems to work (I've lubed all relays) but than suddenly the problems reappeared. I notice that major problem with window control is when the car is very hot , example when it rest parked on the sun.
  3. tnks. has anyone a pic of this "A-pillar" ? and where are these wiring to check? (door/body)
  4. This (11) means top relay prob but , same problem (the windows not dropping when opening the doors), can be related to other relay? It happens to my car that, if I only pull very thight the door handles the windows drop, in other cases not happen and the windows don't drop (so e.g. if I close the door slamming it happen that the windows , being too high, crash on top frame...). I suppose there is a relay also under the handles.... EDIT: found the answer in the forum, many thanks all
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