The idle is controls ONLY by the PCM. Replace your ECTS along with cleaning the Idle Air Control valve located on the throttle body.
Could be throttle plate stuck open Try to free it with screwdriver with engine off
Posssibly the idle is too high. TAke the idle solonoid off of the throtle body and clean it.
Idle is computer controlled by the pcm (computer)-not adjustable.
Is it a stick shift?
Most cars typically idle between 400 to 1000 rpm
Idle speed control or Idle air control.
check your fuel bypass or fuel regulater
I would check for a vacuum leak first, then the idle solenoid which is located on the side of the intake plenum.
Idle is computer controlled and can NOT be adjusted.
Either the throttle plate is sticking or the idle air control is not responding to ecm signal.
Does it miss on acceleration or at idle? If on accel I would be looking at the plugs and wires
The idle air control valve on a Saturn SC1 is found on the intake manifold. This valve controls how much air enters and engine and allows how high the motor can idle.
I suggest you contact your local Saturn dealership/service department. Saturns have a history of having problems with idle so, be sure you need the new idle control valve prior to purchase.
There is none. It is electronic. Try replacing the idle motor.
10psi is minimum. Normal would be 30 at idle, 60 at 3000 rpm.10psi is minimum. Normal would be 30 at idle, 60 at 3000 rpm.
high idle problem on a 1997 sc1 when car is in gear
Around 700 RPM
IT IS ADJUSTABLE BUT NOT RECOMENED IF YOU HAVE A HIGH IDLE THEN YOU PROBLY HAVE A VACCUME LEAK AND IF YOU HAVE A LOW IDLE THEN YOUR THROTTLE BODY COULD USE A CLEANING OR YOUR IAC IDLE AIR CONTROL COULD BE DIRTY
This is computer controlled
If an alternator is going bad it can cause a rough idle in a 1993 Subaru Legacy. Cold temperatures in the winter can also cause a rough idle in the Subaru Legacy.
The idle is control by the idle air control motor from outputs from the Engine Control Module.
i believe so and i think its called a Idle Air Control Valve
There is no adjustment, the idle is controlled electronically. If you have idle problems you may have a vacuum leak somewhere.