AW: [DML] idle speed regulator resolved
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AW: [DML] idle speed regulator resolved



What happens when you turn A/C on ?
Does idle speed sink ? And what does your volt-meter show then ?
What idle speed do you get now ? Above or below 775rpm ?

If it is below - do you have to push the gas peddal now when you turn the
key ?

What if you start the car when cold ? Will it keep runnning by itself ?

In the good old days of carburators we didn't have idle speed motors, but
we had stuff like a choke that we had to pull or mechanical systems that
would rise
idle when cold.

Those guys wouldn't have installed an expensive system 25 years ago if it
was useless.
It may not be perfect, but it's not useless.

Elvis



Just want to say thanks for the input.  I did pull the plug on the regulator
and the car idles perfect. I drove it yesterday and today.No more up and
down with the idle.  Doesn't want to stall and fires right up.  I have to
agree with video bob.  The regulator is just one of those parts that are
there just to complicate things.  Thanks again.          Ed





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