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Re: I think you're referring to the idle control v (archive)

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Posted by Quentin on October 25, 2001 at 07:57:18:

In Reply to: I think you're referring to the idle control valve posted by B. Wheaton on October 23, 2001 at 21:07:14:

Also Check:
Engine Temp Sensor.
AFM. (There is an Air Temp Sensor inside)

Quentin



A new one is about $80 and easy to remove/install yourself. Do a little more resarch to make sure that's the problem though. Have you had your base C.O. set, throttle bodies synced, idle adjusted? It probably wouldn't hurt to pay a visit to a local garage and have a mechanic suss it out. No need to waste time and risk screwing something up yourself :^)

~B


No Cold start valve, the Motronic unit keeps the injectors open for a longer period of time.

because i notice on a cold start, the car feels like its gonna die! Whats the deal?

leo






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