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abpl
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Post Using Torque to catch intermittent stalling?
on: July 25, 2017 (GMT)

My car (a 2002 Toyota Camry) has been stalling intermittently, about once a week. Always happens while I am stopped at a stop light or in heavy traffic, although the majority of the time I can do these things without issue.

All the dash board lights, including the Check Engine light, go on during a stall, but the check engine light does not stay on, and there is no error code that can be read according to my mechanic.

If I were to run Torque while I drive, and have it log the data, could I get some useful info from that to provide to my mechanic?

Even if it can not read an error code, perhaps It will see some odd activity right before it stalls? As long as it keeps a log of that, it could be useful!

I have the free version of Torque and am still quite new to using it. So I would need a quick overview of what tools Torque has that might help me here, and how to utilize them. I’ll pay for the pro version if there is a good reason to.

Thanks!

F-150Torqued
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Post Re: Using Torque to catch intermittent stalling?
on: July 26, 2017 (GMT)

Yes, there is darned good reason to pay for the pro version. It is worth the 4.95 just to be able to come here and ask the question.

After that, you could benefit from reading the following entire thread: https://torque-bhp.com/forums/?wpforumaction=viewtopic&t=8618.0

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