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While I appreciate any and all advice to help fix my problem, the
micro switch isn't the case. I adjusted the switch and there is no
effect. Now that it is colder, my idle grows higher, around 3,000 now.
The more I drive in a higher gear while going slower, the slower the
RPMS go and eventually the problem disappears. It is probably only the
first 10-15 minutes after start-up that this problem persists. Lastly,
the car does not have to be at idle in order for the engine to decide
to rev to 2-3K rpms, it will happen while I'm just driving with slight
pressure on the gas pedal as well. Thanks again for the help, Dani B.
#5003


>
> Your Idle Speed Micro Switch isn't making contact with the striker bolt.
> 
> Running the engine when it's warm, press the gas pedal and
> gently/slowly let it down. You should get stuck with the high-idle
> condition. Walk around to the back, and push down on the
> armature/striker with your finger. It should click, and your idle
> speed should immediately drop down. Same thing if you flick the gas
> pedal while inside the car.
> 
> You can try adjusting the striker, but it's easier to just grab the
> switch from behind and pull up on it to bend the bracket up slightly.
> 
> 
> Note:
> If you get random high idle conditions, or constant low-voltage
> problems with the engine drops RPMs suddenly (including the engine
> dying), this is also what causes it. The striker is maladjusted in
> that case, and isn't engaging the Idle Speed Motor in time.
> 
> -Robert
> vin 6585 "X"
> 
> 
> 
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "stainlessilusion" <5n-@...> wrote:
> >
> > I am starting to have high idle problems as well now. Mine will do it
> > warm or cold (happens more when cold than warm) and only goes up to
> > about 1800-1900 RPMs, never more. When it happens I can hear the
> > engine sucking more air than when actually accelerating and holding at
> > 1800-1900 with the gas pedal. It will happen while driving or while
> > sitting idle. Sometimes I can hit the gas pedal and the RPMs will come
> > back down to normal. I tried 2 ECU's and still the same thing. Thanks
> > for any & all help! -----Dani B. #5003
> >
>



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