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Old 02-11-2013, 04:06 PM   #1
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Rough idling

What can I do to fix that? Spark plugs wires and coils have all been changed. Sometimes when I'm just sitting there for a while it'll kinda shake anyone know why? Or what else I can do to make it not shake as much?
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Clean tb, iac, full tune up
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I've done the clean tb?
And IAC?
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Iac is on the tb
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Idle air control valve if that's what you're asking...two bolts..pop it off spray it out..let it dry...bolt down and see if that helps
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Idle air control valve if that's what you're asking...two bolts..pop it off spray it out..let it dry...bolt down and see if that helps
Oh okay thank you! Lol but what could I spray it with? Or would I have to go to autozone and buy a can of TB cleaner?
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use a sensor safe cleaner like MAF cleaner...there's a varnish on the inside of an IAC that TB cleaner can sometimes eat away at. granted some TB cleaners now-a-days are also sensor safe...they'll usually say it somewhere on the can
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use a sensor safe cleaner like MAF cleaner...there's a varnish on the inside of an IAC that TB cleaner can sometimes eat away at. granted some TB cleaners now-a-days are also sensor safe...they'll usually say it somewhere on the can
Oh okay thanks! Will do!
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