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Hi Guys,

I have a R53 cooper s standard which has started this problem of running rough at idle and stalling. car runs fine up the revs etc.. just when you lift off it will stall.

I don't have this problem when the t map sensor is disconnected and i also installed a new one and have same problem?

Any help would be brilliant


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