the idle is controlled by the computer should be about 700 rpm's
You don't, it is done by the ECM (Engine Control Module).
The idle is control by the idle air control motor from outputs from the Engine Control Module.
Where is the idle speed motor located at on a 1995 chevy blazer?
located on the throttle body
May be computer controlled and not adjustable
if your having trouble with your idle clean or check your idle air selonoid located on the side of your throttle body, or you may need a tune up. You don't. It is computer controlled.
Check the motor mounts.
The idle speed is computer controlled and is not adjustable.
You don't. You must have a check engine light on. Have the codes read from the ecm, they will tell you what is wrong.
The idle speed on a 1987 Chevy Celebrity is controlled by the engine computer, there is no way provided to adjust it.
You need to adjust your idle.
You don't, it's controlled electronically. You probably have other issues like a vacuum leak somewhere.
No it does not.
Idle is computer controlled and is not adjustable. If the idle is incorrect, you have a computer, sensor, wiring problem.
If it has EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection) there is no idle speed adjustment. The idle speed is adjusted electronically.
You can not adjust the idle screw, it is sealed off at the factory. If you are having a high idle problem check for a vacuum leak or a bad idle air control valve. These will commonly cause a high idle.
Not adjustable, idle is computer controlled with an IAC stepper motor.
there is a screw on the carb right where the throttle cable hooks to it that you use to adjust the idle.
Actually, it should be don e with a vacuum gauge, to maximum vaccuum. Without one, adjust the idle mixture to max., idle.
Idle speed is not adjustable.
You don't. The ECM controls the idle speed. If you are having idle problems, you may have a vacuum leak and you probably have a "check engine" light illuminated also.
You can adjust the idle from the throttle body. Replacing the throttle body might have accidentally change the idle speed. The idle speed adjustment screw can be turned either way to raise or lower the idle.
You don't. The ECM (Engine Control Module) maintains the correct idle speed. If the idle is out of control you probably have a vacuum leak.