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Old 06-12-2016, 07:37 PM   #36
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Is that in gear or in park neutral

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Whats it at in gear

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Whats it at in gear

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I will check and see in the morning but is there a difference or something between in gear or neutral


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If you have an automatic transmission, the idle will be a bit lower when it is in gear than it is in neutral/park.

Did you do the idle relearn procedure after the work was completed?
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If you have an automatic transmission, the idle will be a bit lower when it is in gear than it is in neutral/park.



Did you do the idle relearn procedure after the work was completed?

No after I hooked every back together I started and let it run for a bit . How do you re learn it ??


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If you have an automatic transmission, the idle will be a bit lower when it is in gear than it is in neutral/park.



Did you do the idle relearn procedure after the work was completed?

Have a manual transmission by the way !


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Disconnect the negative battery cable for 15-20 minutes. That will erase the memory of the PCM. Then let it idle until the engine warms up to operating temperature.
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Disconnect the negative battery cable for 15-20 minutes. That will erase the memory of the PCM. Then let it idle until the engine warms up to operating temperature.

Ok will do thanks


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No after I hooked every back together I started and let it run for a bit . How do you re learn it ??


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Have a manual transmission by the way !


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How stupid of me i didnt ask if auto or manual

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How stupid of me i didnt ask if auto or manual

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It's all good !!


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Yeah just got caught up with helping you i completely forgot to ask lol

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Disconnect the negative battery cable for 15-20 minutes. That will erase the memory of the PCM. Then let it idle until the engine warms up to operating temperature.

Should I let it idle in gear or neutral ?


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Neutral.
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Neutral.

Just let it idle for about ten 15 Minuts


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Yes.if you do it when the engine is completely cold. That is the fastest way for the computer to relearn the new idle trims. If you do it with the engine warm, it will still relearn, but it may take a few cycles to do it.
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I did the idle relearn with mine when I was dealing with the IAC issues, the relearn actually helped it when the IAC still wasnt right which was good, still had an issue. When I got the motorcraft IAC and put it on I didnt even unhook the cable, was too eager to try it and forgot, fired it up and it idled perfect immediately with no relearn. Not sure why or how, but I do know it is beneficial most times

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I did the idle relearn with mine when I was dealing with the IAC issues, the relearn actually helped it when the IAC still wasnt right which was good, still had an issue. When I got the motorcraft IAC and put it on I didnt even unhook the cable, was too eager to try it and forgot, fired it up and it idled perfect immediately with no relearn. Not sure why or how, but I do know it is beneficial most times

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How do you know if the jac is bad ?


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The car didnt run right with the store IACs, it would run better but not right. It would idle high after about half throttle, and then do too low to correct itself and then stall, restart and find until at least half throttle again.

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The car didnt run right with the store IACs, it would run better but not right. It would idle high after about half throttle, and then do too low to correct itself and then stall, restart and find until at least half throttle again.

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I did the idle re learn but it still running the same at idle Mabey I should just buy new cool packs ? Or is it safe to just buy one for the one that had water in it ?


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