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Re: problems increasing idle
you have to put the car in diagnostic mode to set the base idle i think (you do in EB, dunno much about EAs).
do this when it is warm:
turn the ignition off, then put it in diagnostic mode, (someone else will have to tell you how, i only know EBs really) then unplug the ISC motor connector.
start the car and let it idle (if it does) you will need to get "normal" voltage readings for the throttle position switch first.
wind the idle up while at the same time turning the TPS in the same direction as the throttle plate to keep the TPS reading the same, try to get it to idle at the speed you want.
get it right, turn it off, reconnect the ISC and see how you go.
if you wind the throttle plate too far without adjusting the TPS the car will think that you have your foot on the throttle and it wont try to idle, thats probably your problem now...
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