High idle problem- There is a setscrew at the back of the throttle body that adjust idle basic idle. there is not really an idle control motor per say. there is a valve that turns on and lets air through it and thus adjusting idle. setting idle is kind of a big job. i would suggest getting a Bentley manual. they are a bit expensive but A MUST HAVE IF YOU ARE GOING TO FIX YOUR OWN CAR!!!
other high idle causes-
Vacuum leaks- check all the hoses that come off the intake manifold to what ever component they go to. I like to spray brake cleaner over the hoses the idle should smooth out when you hit a leak. another common problem with 8v's is the auxiliary air regulator it is behind the intake manifold on the left side. this allows the engine to idle faster while in its warm up cycle it should get hot and close up if it does not close it will cause the engine to idle fast. use a vise grips or something similar to pinch off the hose that goes into the intake manifold from the air regulator.
You should have your rotors checked and possibly turned or replaced as necessary You should have your rotors checked and possibly turned or replaced as necessary
The timing or crankcase sensor needs to be checked and most likely replaced.
The sensor may be defective/broken. I would have that checked or replaced.
I've checked a couple of search engines and they all have a different answer to this question. By this count I'll have replaced every sensor on my truck. Come on now does anybody have the actual location? It is under the front of the passenger side cylinder head.
If a washer pump was replaced on a Jeep Wrangler and is still not working the fuses should be checked. The washer switch should also be checked as it could also be causing the pump not to work.
Was the gasket replaced? Have you checked the hose and the heater core. Is everything tightened down?
battery need to be at lease 14 volts to be able to start
Break pads should be checked if not replaced. Check condition of rotors at the same time.
Hey Hatim==Take it to Aauto Zone and have it checked out GoodluckJoe Take it to Auto Zone and have it checked out.
Catalytic Converter ... needs to be checked and/or replaced.
I checked. It says name'sIpod Name is replaced by the name you registered the account!
This happened to me once - - have you checked the air pressure in the spare tire?
You have a broken wire.
I checked fuses and replaced blown fuses and now it won't start.
I would go to the high beam switch next (test not replace)
After having it checked by a competent, reliable mechanic. A rather endangered species these days.
have you checked the fuel pump relay
Have the battery checked out. It may have a dead cell and not holding a charge,
You have a blown head gasket or a cracked head. STOP driving this car immediately or you will do serious damage to the engine. It will need the gasket replaced and the head checked.You have a blown head gasket or a cracked head. STOP driving this car immediately or you will do serious damage to the engine. It will need the gasket replaced and the head checked.
Have you checked the power steering pressure line?
If your brakes feel like they are pulling you should get them checked out. These brakes may need to be replaced.
There is something wrong with charging system. Have the alternator checked and replaced if necessary.
60,000 miles you should have it checked to see if it needs replacing.
Have the fan motor checked to see if it's getting power. If not,then it will need to be replaced.
You didn't mention if you checked/tested the low beam headlamps or not.