A minor niggle rather than a major issue, but it does make every drive start with a little too much excitement. I live on a very steep hill. Engine starts fine, ticks over without any drama straight away. Reversing out into the road involves going up the hill backwards, so it's had plenty of revs. Then I tootle (or perhaps plummet) down the very steep hill (0.5 km or so). And then when I get to the junction at the bottom, the engine stops. Whether it's in gear or in neutral, the van cuts out when I stop at the bottom of the hill. Letting the van warm up for longer makes no difference, going down the hill in neutral/1st/2nd makes no difference. Turn the key and it starts again without drama, into first and off we go. My first thought is to increase the tickover a touch, but I'm not sure I want to increase the tickover for the sake of one junction at the end of the road. So any other thoughts?