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

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Elvis Nocita" <elvisnocita@...> wrote:
> "..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, disconnecting
> the idle-motor connector won't close it, instead it will remain in any
> 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

Elvis , 

I agree with you for the most part. I also had a friend experience
the rusted bearing issue. 

However with a truly Free moving valve, More the 50% of the time 
the Vacuum from the engine can cause it to close, I've also seen it 
open and Increase the RPM.  Sometimes no change or a very subtle
 one.  But usually you get some sort of change when the connector
 is removed.



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