If you have the 2.3 L I-4, then you probably have a bad Idle Air Controller (they are notorious for going bad). It will cost you about $100 from the dealership for the part alone. It is located on the back side of the intake manifold near the center of the vehicle. It is black and has an electrical connection on top. There are 2 bolts that require an 8mm wrench or socket to remove. There is a gasket between the idle air controller ond the intake manifold. (Make sure when putting the new one on you put it on the opposite direction as you took it off) . It will basically look upside down.You can change it yourself in about 5 minutes.
check your crank sensor
Clean them and see.
Do you have a idle adjustment screw at the end of the throttle cable? If so then just back it off a little while the engine is running.Just take off the cover where the throttle cable goes, and adjust the idle by turning the screw.
I believe it was an option, so some models may have it while others don't. Hope that helps.
No. Feldsper has a hardness of 6 while Topaz has a hardness of 8. Therefore Topaz will scratch Feldsper.
Check the electric fan to see if it is working.
No, determine what is wrong with the vehicle before driving it. If the throttle is sticking open, you may not be able to stop the vehicle safely.
First of all, turn on the key, then ensure that the gear selected is neutral, then press the starter button, and give a small amount of throttle while doing this.
Most likely the alt. not charging. Check it with a volt meter on the battery while the engine is running. Should read 14 or so volts.
Citrine and Topaz look almost identical which makes it difficult for someone who is not a gemologist to tell the difference. Citrine is a quartz while Topaz is a mineral mixture of aluminum and fluorine.
Throttle position sensor is located on the side of the throttle body-in line with the throttle shaft. To locate the throttle body, you can have someone repeatedly push the accellerator pedal (with the engine not running) while you look for the moving throttle shaft. Drew
While you are still rolling down shift to neutral.
The sulfide ion is S2- while the somewhat unusual mercury I ion is Hg22+ the 2+ and 2- ions will combine in a 1:1 ratio ro form an electrically neutral compound.
Neutral can be used as an adjective or a noun. She tried to stay neutral while her two best friends argued. She put the car in neutral.
Appearance of TopazTopaz comes in a wealth of beautiful colors including blue, pink, red, lavender, yellow, brown, orange, colorless and green. It should be noted that both red and lavender are usually extremely rare colors. Colorless topaz and yellow are fairly common. Topaz are known to have color centers and while color centers are not fully understood, the color of Topaz can change, usually with the help of intense heat or radiation.
This sounds like a classic case of a spun propeller hub. If when you throttle up, you can hear the engine rpm increase, but the boat speed drops off, then the propeller hub is suspect.
If your 1997 GMC 5.7L Vortec has a misfire at an idle but not while under throttle, the problem is likely the timing. This can be adjusted.
mercury belong to planet while moon was not.
Topaz naturally comes in different colors. The most recognized color is amber while the most common is white, or colorless. Other colors include light pink, lavender, brown, red, dark pink, yellow, orange, sherry, and light blue. Blue is accomplished by irradiating pale topaz. A lot of these colored topaz stones can also be heated to darken them. Green topaz can only be accomplished by surface-enhancing it.
No, gypsum cannot scratch topaz. Minerals with a higher number on the Moh's Hardness Scale can scratch minerals that are lower-numbered, but lower numbers can't scratch higher numbers. A mineral would have to have a number higher than an 8 on the Moh's hardness scale in order to scratch topaz.
Mercury and alcohol are not the thermometers but the liquids found in the thermometer they have different properties that make them uniqe for example alcohol is safe while mercury is poisonous,alcohol does not expand uniformly but has great expansion while mercury expands uniformly and has low expansion,alcohol is cheap while mercury is expensive,alcohol wets the glass while mercury does not.so alcohol can not combine to form a thermometer simply because they are the liquids found in it and not the thermometer itself.
The throttle position sensor is on the throttle body. That's the part of the engine that controls the amount of air allowed into the engine. To find the throttle body, follow the air intake routing toward the engine. The throttle body is the part that sits on the intake manifold. To find the throttle position sensor, follow the throttle cable to the throttle body. If it helps, have someone press down and release the throttle pedal while you're looking for the throttle body/position sensor. The throttle cable causes a shaft to turn, that's the part that controls the air coming into the engine. The throttle position sensor is connected to that shaft.
try cleaning the throttle body
Your throttle valve switch (position sensor) is bad and need to be replaced.....this is located on the side of the throttle chamber. You can get this from Advance Auto for $60 and is easy to replace...