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Old 1-17-13, 13:03   #91 (permalink)
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ugh.. add me to this list... my idle bounces up and down when I stop and when I just flip neutral and coasting.

Now I had a high idle issue before and I solved that by getting a new throttle body but this issue happened right after i replaced the thottle body with the new one.. My guess is that the guy didn't put it into this diagnostic mode you guys are talking about and he just used the allen key to turn the idles up and down.

could anyone show me where I suppose to put the allen key to turn the idles up or down?
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ugh.. add me to this list... my idle bounces up and down when I stop and when I just flip neutral and coasting.

Now I had a high idle issue before and I solved that by getting a new throttle body but this issue happened right after i replaced the thottle body with the new one.. My guess is that the guy didn't put it into this diagnostic mode you guys are talking about and he just used the allen key to turn the idles up and down.

could anyone show me where I suppose to put the allen key to turn the idles up or down?
There is a recessed screw on the top of the throttle body near the firewall side.

Screw in = idle down, screw out = idle up.

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So many things can cause this , basically anything ( timing , tps ect. ) out of adjustment so far the ecu cant correct it. links that might help...
1. http://www.mx6.com/forums/2g-mx6-gen...-problems.html (Reving Problems)
2. The only IAC thread you'll ever need - Performance Probe Forum
3. Idle Issues and Common Fixes - ProbeTalk.com Forums
4. The proper/accurate way to set timing, idle, tps - ProbeTalk.com Forums


* keep in mind mx6,626 & probe all share the same drivetrain.

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Ha. Add me to the list as well...

For me it all started after I installed my headers. I've replaced A LOT to try and figure it out.

I'm talking with xtremethings, they are helping me try and nail it. If I fix mine, ill let you guys know.




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