Re: 94 idle speed adjust ?
Don't know anything about the original problem which started this thread,
but I am afraid that you are missing something. The idle speed of virtually
every fuel injected engine is set and maintained by the PCM (computer).
That's what the IAC is for. There is no way to change the idle speed setting
except by re-programming the PCM (and there should be no reason to do so).
If the idle speed does not follow the computer-calculated setpoint, a
trouble code will usually be set.
BTW: Take a look at the VECI sticker under the hood. The fact that idle
speed is computer-controlled and not adjustable should be clearly stated
"Henry Kolesnik" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I think I got the Idle Air Control valve problem solved but it seems the
> idle speed is too low, right at 500 rpm. What is the idle speed supposed
> be and where is the screw to increase it. I've looked aronmd but can't
> anything obvious. Any tips appreciated.
> Hank WD5JFR