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idle problem, on a 240? no wayyy!!!... i wish..

Old 02-10-2009, 12:26 AM
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idle problem, on a 240? no wayyy!!!... i wish..

soooo this is boggling me
when im pulling up to a stop (on or off the brake) and im not in gear, the idle goes down to a couple hundred RPM, an stays there till i come to a complete stop, the hunts for a second or 2, then settles back to normal

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i have seen alot of idle problems, but not one like tihs before.
i havnt started digging into the engine yet either but im lookin for ne sort of info that i can find before i do, nething helps!
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Old 02-10-2009, 11:37 AM
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a drop in idle speed the way you describe is indicative of a faulty aac valve. it's part of the iacv. you'll need an ohm meter to test it. iirc you should have 10 ohms or there about.
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Old 02-11-2009, 12:16 AM
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awsome! ill try that out
i was gonna go through an clean out the PCV, and MAF, an throttle body and a couple other things as well jus to make sure, the idle adjustment should be fine so i wont touch that, an the timing i have advanced 5 degrees an i no the ignition system is all good, so that wont be touched either
but thanks bro

there anything i can do with the TPS? any sort of adjustments or anything?

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all the things you mentioned are probable possibilities but from your description the i'd say that the aac is more likely. since you have a 95 it might be obd II which would make it easier to diagnosed. regardless if it's obd I or II you should check for codes. not all the things mentioned will give you a code though.
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