More feed back on engine hunting.
This morning a disconnected the neutral switch and checked the pins. I then took it for about a 50 K drive once again paying close attention to the exhaust. As soon as the temperature reached operational heat the problem was there again. However I drove on to make sure there was no smoke. None. I know I would see it as I can see the white smoke when the engine hunts. The car had the same power as befor and I could feel when the turbo spooled up. However when I turned around, the engine started hunting even when in neutral and just coasting, something it only did if I was in a gear before.
The bad news is that, even with no smoke and a greyish dry exhaust pipe, when I checked the oil level it was down to the min mark. I had waited 3 hours for everything to cool down so I could reconnect the neutral switch.
I would never have believed it could have used so much oil over a 50K odd run without smoking. There are no oil leaks and my garage floor is clean so I guess that rules that out. Could an over oiling injector use up that much oil? or is it back to turbo seals again?
Cedric, do you have Frans's number? I am weary about the dealers after all the bad press they have had.
Have Troll, will travel.