RE: [DML] Idle Problems
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RE: [DML] Idle Problems



Yes, there is a temperature sensor that tells the ECU to increase idle when
cold, but 3000rpm is too much.

>From what I remember it is located under the intake manifold.

You can test it when you bridge Pin 9 and 11 of the ECU, then idle should go
back to normal - if it was just the sensor. This test goes much faster then
taking off the intake...

Elvis & 6548




> 
> If I unplug the idle speed motor the engine will throttle right down and
> eventually stall. When I plug the idle speed motor back in it goes full
> blown back to 3,000 rpm.
> 
> I agree this points to the idle motor and the ECU. The question I have, is
> there a sensor or wire that tells the ECU to adjust the idle speed located
> on top of the engine where Mike was working that could have been shorted
> or
> broken?
> 
> Dave Sontos 

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