RE: [DML] High Idle Problem
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RE: [DML] High Idle Problem



This could be one or more of several things.
One, an air leak either in the lines or the intake itself - not as likely.
Two, the little micro switch that is pressed when the throttle spool 
relaxes,
this should activate the idle speed motor (three).
This little black cylinder has a plug coming out of the top of it and it 
sits to the left
of the intake towards the back.
Try unplugging it and see if the idle drops.
In my case I simply unplugged it and it my idle went back to normal.
I leave it unplugged all the time - no more problems.
- VB


>From: "Bernie" <bmanderville@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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>To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: [DML] High Idle Problem
>Date: Sat, 26 Nov 2005 22:31:32 -0000
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>All,
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>I have been working on someones car and it has a really bad high idle
>problem.  When the car starts, it idles at about 2K RPM.  I have
>checked all of the vacume lines and they seem to be OK.  What could
>cause this?
>
>Thanks,
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>Bernie
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