Re: [DML] idle speed regulator
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Re: [DML] idle speed regulator



Ed,
check the archives, we had these discussions about 2 weeks ago.
When you still have questions afterwards I'm sure I/we can help you.


Elvis & 6548


> I just got my car less than 2 weeks ago.  Ive done alot of reading out of
> the dmc workshop manual.  My question is with the idle.  I know these cars
> idle up and down.  From what i understand, the idle speed regulator has
> alot to do with this,  I also read that the electronic idle system is only
in
> use when the micro switch is fully opened or closed.  When it is fully
> opened or closed then the computer tells the idle speed regulator to open
or
> close for more or less air flow.  what would happen if i was to pull the
plug
> on the speed regulator when the car was at the correct idle.  Would that
> stop the changing idle speed.  I know this could also be caused by vaccum
> leaks, but just out of curiosity, if there where no vaccum leaks, would
this
> help the problem.  Or what would happen if u pulled the plug on just the
> mirco switch.  One other question,  I know when u start your car up when
it
> is cold it goes to a higher rpm.  Like it has an electric choke.  Would
> pulling the plug on the idle
>  speed regulator stop this too.  I don't know about anybody else, but if
> my car has been sitting for a week i dont want it firing up at 2,000 rpms
> when the engine has had no oil flow.  Thanks

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