I'll change the plugs, but I don't think they're responsible for my stalling
I like your idea. I have a CDROM mechanic's manual ('98 Ford) that says the
same thing. However, I can't find the IAC in the manual...or under the
"hood" (which is a nasty place to look for anything). Can you tip me on
where this IAC would be?
The manual says to disable the IAC, and observe a change in idle.
Disablement should adversely affect idle.. And of course it will because my
problem manifests only occasionally
save your $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
buy a good quality throttle body cleaner in spray can
about 10-20 bucks
remove pipe to throttle body
so butterfly is exposed
shoot it through while emgine runs
try to maintain idle as to suck the stuff up the iac passage
The IAC is a shiny chrome looking cylinder about 1.5 inches in diameter with
a flange on one side near the front. It will be attached to the intake
manifold by two screws. There will be an electrical connector on the
opposite end. It is very easy to remove if you can get to it.
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