Date: 5 Jun 1998 04:33:47 -0400
From: kenbellnopsamx.com (Ken Bell)
Subject: Re: 9000 Turbo Fast Idling


In article <35772957.13FEnopsamnet>, Justin VanAbrahams <jvanabranopsamnet> wrote: >Paul Aspinall wrote: >> >> I have an '89 9000 Turbo Carlsson. Lately it has started to idle at around >> 1100 - 1200 rpm. I am unsure why this is. > >It's either a vacuum leask, a blown turbo bypass valve (could also >cause your low boost condition), or most likely your automatic >idle control (aic) valve. Another possibility, discounted though because no A/C problems were mentioned, is that the A/C compressor no longer actually engages, however the idle speed compensation circuitry, not realizing that, continues to enrich the idle. If that's the cause, of course, then pressing the "ECON" button to turn off the A/C will result in the idle becoming once again normal. How do I know this? >Um... this would be true if yours is the 2.0l engine... it may >not be true for the 2.3l, but could be... I don't know which >engines the '89 Carlssons had... -- Ken Bell :: kenbellnopsamx.com :: (212) 475-4976 (voice)

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