i would check for vacuum leaks first but there is an idle august screw on the air intake wear the throttle cable connects to the intake
u cant its computer controlled needs a idle air control
It is either an intake gasket leak or a head gasket.
Idle is not adjust able. It is computer controlled. If too low you need to have a qualified mechanic diagnose it.
possible cause of high idle could be that your idle contol switch / valve has carbon build up on it. remove and clean with carburetor cleaner. let it dry completely before re-installing it. idle should come down if not it has probably gone bad and need to be replaced.
it cant,the idle on that car cant be tampered with.it has to be taken to a shop hooked on there computer so they can set it.
The idle speed on a VW Polo is regulated by a Idle air control valve. The valve is located in the engine bay and can be adjusted through to either increase and lower the idle speed.
How high is your idle? idle should be 800rpm good oil pressure is obtained at this idle
Not really possible. There is an idle speed control on most 1988 v6 machines. If you are experiencing high idle, it may be a broken ISC. The idle speed is controlled by computer. http://www.marksatterfield.com
The idle speed is set at the factory and is NOT adjustable.
YOU WILL HAVE TO INCREASE THE IDLE RPM.
the idle tensioner and or the distributor.
This vehicle is probably fuel injected, and there are no provisions for idle adjustment.
all idle speeds arfe controlled by the computer and are not adjustable.
The idle speed control solenoid controls the idle of the engine when the air conditioning is engaged. Since the ac pump draws down the engine idle the solenoid increase the idle when the ac is on.
The 1991 Acura Integra idle air control valve can be found on the firewall. The valve will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
Not adjustable. Sounds like the throttle position sensor.
I like cats.....
try adjusting the ignition timing(or getting a mechanic to do it)
A faulty camshaft can cause your 1991 Nissan Maxima to idle erratically. A diagnostic test could verify the cause of the improper idling speed.
The idle sensor on a 1991 S10 4.3 can be located at the engine bay.
the Dakota is fuel injected there is NO WAY to adjust the idle mechanically If you do you WILL screw up the readings to the computer from the other sensors and the engine will run VERY poorly and lose your gas milage If its not running right you need to see a qualified mechanic for a tuneup or such work but it has a holly 2barl. carb
You probably need to adjust the idle in the mule 3010 so you don't have to gas it to get it to idle.