The idle speed is computer controlled on a LT1 engine. If it is a little high, try checking for vacuum leaks.
Idle control sensor on the driver side strut tower. The cover should be blue.
the idle is set by the comp so u need some sort of programmer
it should be 1000 rpm
The idle is control by the idle air control motor from outputs from the Engine Control Module.
The 99-2002 camaro 3.8 V6 doesn't have Idle air control valve. It is drive by wire control. Many of the parts dealers have the wrong data that 95-02 3.8 camaro have the same Idle air control valve location, and sell the wrong part.
throttle positioning sensor, egr, idle air control
idle speed for a 99 Tahoe
40 on idle
May be computer controlled and not adjustable
It is very possible that the throttle plate is dirty and causing the throttle to hang up.
nope should be at 200-210 max
19 to 21 inches at an idle.
You can't. It is not adjustable it is computer controlled. It should NEVER be tampered with. You have OTHER problems causing a idle problem. Vacuum leak will cause your problem. You really need to have the engine scanned with a scanner to see what is wrong.
It should be on the big rubber hose that goes from the airbox and hooks to the throttle body.
That engine is computer controlled therefore the idle was preset / calibrated from the factory and there is NO adjustment. You need to have the engine scaned with an engine scanner to see what is making it Idle to fast. Check for vacuum leaks first.
the idle is controlled by the computer should be about 700 rpm's
Idle is set by the computer.
For non fuel injected models, on the side of the carburetor there is an idle screw. Turning the screw slightly will raise the idle on your Chevy truck.
idle should be aroung 900 iin park then when in gear should idle around 650 or 700
Where is the idle speed motor located at on a 1995 chevy blazer?
NO you can not. The idle is computer controlled and should NEVER be fooled with. If it won't idle right then you need to have the engine scanned with an engine scanner so you can get a ideal of what the problem might be.