Question about 1994 Ford Explorer Limited
Throttle body lowering idle
The idle speed on this vehicle is controlled by the engine computer. If it seems to be idling high, the idle air control valve (IAC) may be stuck or faulty. This can sometimes be corrected by removing the IAC and cleaning carbon deposits out of it with carburetor cleaner. Some sensors can also cause a high idle, such as air temperature sensors or throttle position sensors. If everything else seems to be OK, however, the IAC is the best bet.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
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