[DML] Re: High idle post tune up
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[DML] Re: High idle post tune up

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Elvis Nocita" <elvisnocita@...> 
> "..If I remember correctly disconnecting the idle speed motor when 
the car
> is idling should 
> cause the engine to stop right? 
> Thanks all for your helpful suggestions
> Joe P."
> uuuhm - NO !
> I don't know why this misinformation keeps showing up, but no, 
> the idle-motor connector won't close it, instead it will remain in 
> position.
> Most likely it will remain where it was. I didn't find out that 
mine was
> broken 
> (the bearings were rusted, but I could fix it) until I tried to 
move the
> shaft
> with a screw driver. Well, idle didn't hunt back then :-)
> Regards,
> Elvis & 6548
As Elvis notices lack of accurate info can produce an inaccurate 
Though I am not sure what Joe means by "disconnecting the idle motor" 
Elvis bases his response on diconnecting the feed cable.
What if Joe wanted to say "dismount the idle motor"?
In that case there is IMO a huge vacuum leak through the auxilliary 
pipe which could cause the engine to shut down.

Now it's up to Joe to clearify what he meant.



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