Why makes my AC turn warm at idle and cold when driving?
Most likely cause is an inoperative condensor fan.
The Idle speed control serves a few functions such as increasing the idle when the vehicle is cold to keep it from stalling. It also responds to increased engine load such as when you turn on the air conditioning or turn the steering wheel at idle. Without the idle speed solenoid the vehicle would stall nearly every time you came to a stop.
to turn on the high idle you must run a wire to the ecm /www.kennedydiesel.com:.webloc if you go to this link it will give you the instructions to do it. I did it on my truck and it works great !!! if you have a car starter with an available output you can connect it through that and run you high idle from that.
What is wrong when your radiator boils over every time you turn off your engine after driving i have a 93 z28 camaro?
There are 2 adjusting screws new the metal air intake body. The Phillips is mounted by the dual cables for the throttle and and if for adjusting the intrenal butterfly ONLY - DO NOT TURN IT!! The IDLE speed is adjusted by the slotted screw (uses a straight screw-driver)- NOT Phillips head screw on the air intake housing. This screw in in the metal body of the air intake. I asked a local deal service…
Crank the engine, let it idle. If it dies, turn the screw in 1/4 turn. Crank it. Repeat until it doesn't die. Then turn it in one additional 1/4 turn. Now if you mean the mixture screw, typically 1 1/2 turns out. After you set that, rev it up. If it revs clean, leave it. Another method is to set the idle screw and set the mixture screw 1 1/4 turns out and back it…
If it has the standard 2bbl carb, there is a screw on the drivers side linkage. Just turn in to increase the rpm's, and back out to decrease. There is also a choke "kick-down" screw that can affect engine rpm when cold. This one will be screwed into a "stepped" cam on the linkage. You will need to adjust this for high idle speed when engine is cold. You may also have a high idle…
1993 Dodge Dakota truck overheats in hot weather on idle only how stiff should the clutch fan be could this be the problem?
There is usually a solenoid that boosts the idle when A/C is turned on. If the car stalls when solenoid disengaged; the curb idle adjustment is off. Find the screw and give it a half-turn CW. Or, sometimes the end of the solenoid is the curb-idle adjustment . Put a wrench on it and try giving It a half-turn clock wise.
Idle speed is something that you will have to occasionally adjust on carbed bikes. They are not what you call high tech machines that have a computer that takes care for you. You may notice on a hot day your bike may idle a little higher when warmed up and lower on a cold day. This is ok...just adjust the idle speed screw...most increase when you turn to the right...etc..