I am sorry to have to bring this up again, but I am so lost as where to proceed that I am about ready to surrender and bring it someone with a lot more talent than me to figure out what is going on. So before I throw in the towel I was wondering if anyone had any last minute ideas before I give up. My 1992 500E is constantly surging on deceleration after it warms up in the morning. I purchased a remanufactured ETA from BBA with a lifetime warranty. I have checked all of my vacuum lines and cannot find one that is disconnected or broken. My fuel pumps are new and just figured out I had a bad DM. The car doesn't surge in the morning for like the first 3-5 minutes, but damn it after it gets warm I feel like I am riding a bucking bull when I decelerate to a stop. Does anyone have any last minute things I should check before I open up my check book.
I am located in San Francisco and will be bringing it to Robert in Marina. I forgot Robert's shops name (He was recommended to me before by you guys on the forums). Does anyone know the name of his shop?