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Old 08-17-2011, 11:07 PM   #1
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Need Some Help!!!

Ok. First off. I've missed y'all. Haha. Im sorry i haven't been on in awhile. I've just been super busy. But anyways, lately when i stop at a red light, its almost like my car hops or something like that. It even comes with a noticeable engine noise change. But when i put it in neutral, it stops. So i don't know what the problem is.. Maybe y'all can figure it out.. Thank y'all so much.
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Old 08-18-2011, 12:00 PM   #2
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Ive had the same problem. Clean ur MAF sensor and IAC and thottle body.
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What he said ^^^
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Re: Need Some Help!!!

ALright, how would I go about cleaning all of that? Is there a certain way other than just taking it smooth off?

And thanks by the way!
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Re: Need Some Help!!!

The MAF is located directly behind your air filter. You will need to remove your intake piping from the vehicle and isolate the MAF housing. Using non-residue, non-contact electrical cleaner lightly spray the sensor (a small wire in the large housing) and allow to dry.

The IAC is located on or at the throttle body, it will be a cylindrical shaped piece with two bolts holding it in place. Remove this from the car and unplug the connector. Spray inside both holes until you feel it is clean, set aside to allow to dry.

While you have the intake off of your throttle body open it manually by using the linkage. If you feel it is catching clean accordingly. Easiest way will be to get a rag slightly damp and clean while holding the throttle body open.

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Re: Need Some Help!!!

Wow. Thanks for that. A lot. I'm changing the oil in her tomorrow, maybe i can see about that also.
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