brogers at terrix.com
Wed Dec 19 11:55:46 PST 2007
What is the preferred method of cleaning the ISV? - ISTR something about
just spraying carb cleaner in there or something.....
From: Bernie Benz [mailto:b.benz at charter.net]
Sent: Monday, December 17, 2007 5:32 PM
To: Brandon Rogers
Cc: 200q20V mailing list
Subject: Re: Fault code
The ISV is a throttle bypass, supplying MAF metered air over and
above that allowed by the closed throttle position to maintain the
ECU programed idle speed. Maybe the ECU is calling for a higher idle
speed than a gummed up ISV will provide in required additional alr.
No, to your last Q.
On Dec 17, 2007, at 2:49 PM, Brandon Rogers wrote:
> "Idle air adaptation limit not reached" - sorry did not look at or
> the fault code # - but I'm sure I could start it back up and get it if
> engine cuts out when starting to get moving, slow to rev, is jerky, no
> power, then goes pretty much fine at high rpm - check engine light
> goes out.
> Makes me think ISV and I also checked SJM (quickly) and if I looked at
> the correct fault code it is pointing to the ISV and MAF. Any
> Also could a dying ISV cause a rich idle condition?
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