it's a common problem for proteges5, the EGR valve needs to be cleaned
The likely causes would be 1) plugged EGR valve: The valve gets plugged with carbon deposits over time and needs to be cleaned out. 2) a cracked air intake hose: The cracked hose causes air leakage which throws off the Mass Airflow Sensor, which when sending erroneous information to the computer can cause serious hesitation and stalling at idle.
Replace your IAC Valve-No more stalling
On the 4.0L 1994 B4000 it is located on the driver's side valve cover; towards the rear of the engine. Be aware that it may not have the plastic "L" on it so if you purchase a new one with the plastic "L", soak it in warm water for an hour to soften the plastic then pull the "L" off with a pair of pliers.
Carb.? bad needle seat valve? Float needs adjustment?
Try replacing the idle air control valve (IAC)
Had this problem on a 1.4 se 1996. Seemed to be cured by the fuel idler valve being cleaned out. Had this problem on a 1.4 se 1996. Seemed to be cured by the fuel idler valve being cleaned out. Had this problem on a 1.4 se 1996. Seemed to be cured by the fuel idler valve being cleaned out.
All the valves of the heart prevent backflow of the blood through the heart: tricuspid valve, pulmonary valve, mitral valve, and aortic valve. Furthermore, there are one-way valves in the veins that prevent backflow of blood.
Have you tried replacing the PCV valve?
idle control valve is shot!!
Depending on the engine, on the throttle body, there are two sensors. One is the throttle position sensor, and the other is the idle air control valve. Usually the latter can be cleaned if your car is experiencing stalling, but both can greatly affect the idle speed
If you have code P1776 solenoid switch valve latched in low/rev position. You have a sticking valve in the transmission valve body. The valve body will need cleaned/replaced.
Yes, an incompetent valve is "leay" and fails to prevent the backflow of blood. an incomp valve may tend to decrease blood flow
try cleaning the egr valve passage and egr valve.
in my 2000 b3000 it is under the passenger glove box next to the fuel pressure release valve.
more than likely the carburetor needs to be cleaned properly and also check the fuel shutoff valve for debris. more than likely the carburetor needs to be cleaned properly and also check the fuel shutoff valve for debris. more than likely the carburetor needs to be cleaned properly and also check the fuel shutoff valve for debris.
Yes, clean the cabor buildup from the EGR valve and that pipe.
The valve, along with the Pulmonary semilunar valve, prevent backflow into the ventricles. The shutting of the valve also produces the second heart sound in the (Lub-Dup) complex.
A gate valve, or sluice valve" is a valve that is used to seal off straight-flow lines of fluid. They prevent liquid from flowing.
Gasket that goes between head and valve cover to prevent leaks
A faulty or clogged egr valve can cause an engine to run rough. If stuck or clogged the valve can be cleaned after removal with carburetor cleaner.
if you do have gas in the car then it could be the idle control valve. it stops the engine from stalling when the car is stationary
Do you mean the EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) system? If so the EGR valve is located on the backside of the cylinder head under the hood cowl. Common EGR symptoms are rough idling,stalling at idle, rough engine performance during light throttle application, and stalling during deceleration. Hope this helps
not at all
A valve (device) to regulate flow to prevent over loading a system