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Old 04-22-2012, 08:24 PM   #1
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wassup guys, been having a problem lately that after my gt gets warmed up it will stall out on idle. Same thing while im sitting at a stop light if i don't keep giving it some gas. only mods are cai, i replaced the IAC today and it still does it. any suggestions?
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Old 04-22-2012, 09:04 PM   #2
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Check your vacuum hoses especially the one going to the IAC. Also check your pcv valve and hose. I was having idle problems and changed out the pcv and hose, my hose was collapsing and the bends and making my car idle funny. Might help....
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Ill try that next them, i think it could be a vac issue. I had a pcv hose rip on my mazda had to take the whole intake manifold off to get to it.
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Ok so apparently before i took the mustang over from my sister the shop she took it to replaced the idle pulley as well as made the car idle higher. Could that also be a potential cause?
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