Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 07:21:20 -0400
From: "Eric Law" <elawnopsamexxx.com>
Subject: Re: Idle at 4000RPM??!!!


I wouldn't suspect the basic idle setting unless it's come loose - they usually don't change that much. I would look first for anything interfering with the operation of the throttle linkage. Could be a sticking cable, or even the gas pedal getting caught on a floor mat. Basically, check to see that the arm on the throttle body returns fully to it's stop when the pedal is released. If that fails, it might be time for an idle control valve... Eric Law WafaQattam <wafaqattamnopsamcom> wrote in message news:19990510041036.13412.00000070nopsamn1.aol.com... > Yesterday my 88 9000t started idling a little high - 1200rpms. Today, after 130 > highway miles, it is idling at 4000rpms. It is an automatic. Any ideas what is > going on? I will try and adjust the basic idle tomorrow, but I would really > like to know what happened. I did not do anything out of the ordinary to the > car, nothing but oil changes and gas for the past 5000 miles. I appreciate any > imput. > > Thank you.

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