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Re: testing the ISV
Hairy green toads from Mars made George Tur say:
> If you disconnect the electrical connector on the ISV is the car still
> supposed to run or is it supposed to die? I think that if the electrical
> connector is pulled the car should still continue to idle, but there
> won't be any idle speed changes made for block or exhuast temperature
> changes. This was done as a quick test of the ISV and it was done on a
> 875ktq with the engine warmed up.
I seem to recall that pulling the ISV will make the car die
or "almost" die (run REALLY crappy).
Andrew L. Duane (JOT-7) firstname.lastname@example.org
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