[DML] Re: High Idle Speed Cont.
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[DML] Re: High Idle Speed Cont.

did you check the idle speed thermistor by metering across pins 9 and
11 on the idle ECU (behind the driver's seat) if the circuit is open,
you either have a loose connection (likely) or a failed thermistor
(unlikely) I hope you have small hands as the thermistor and connector
are under the intake on the Y pipe.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Shain Brannan" <dsmguy@...> wrote:
> Hey Guys.  Well i replaced the idle speed motor with the backup (brand 
> new, purchased about 2 years ago)unit i had and it is still idles at 
> 2000 rpm.  So far i have checked the microswitch which is good, new 
> idle speed motor, the linkage is not binding or staying open.  Any 
> suggestions?
> -Shain

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