Re: [DML] Re: High idle dilemma
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Re: [DML] Re: High idle dilemma

I bet Knut's right about the plates being open when the switch is 
installed.  When you remove the switch, do you take the whole bracket 
off, or do you go to all the trouble of fiddling out the through-screws 
at the switch?  There's a fitment problem, I'll wager, that wedges the 
plate open when the switch and bracket are in place.  Unplug the switch 
while the car is running and the switch installed.  Does anything 
happen?  If not, the plates are open.
Warren at DMC

M. P. Olans wrote:
> Hi Knut,
>      Thanks for the reply.  Earlier I thought I was having that
> problem.  I have the screw on the throttle arm making contact and
> tripping the idle speed microswitch.  I can hear it click.  However,
> it is not bottoming out at all.  I have tried all sorts of
> combinations from barely touching and tripping to bottoming out, but
> no avail.  When the switch is bolted to the intake, high idle.  It is
> really bothering me and makes no sense.
> Matt
> VIN 16816

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