A mates bringing his Cav round later (1993ish 2.0) as we suspect the air control valve is the cause of his car cutting out when coasting to a halt (its had new crank and cam sensors and still does it).
Have been advised to clean and check the air control valve. Now I'm a carburettor era tuner so this is all new to me. We have a Haynes manual, but anything you guys want to share to make this one easier for me?
I was just going to find it, pull it off, soak it in carb & injection cleaner and refit it really.