Date: Thu, 4 Nov 1999 08:46:31 -0500
From: "Eric Law" <elawxnospamxnopsamecsxnospamx.com>
Subject: Re: Cold Idle Adjustment 89 900s


Unless you're heavily into computer programming, you can't. It's automatically controlled by the fuel-injection computer. The actual component that regulates the idle speed goes by various names, usually "idle valve" or something like that. Probably what is happening is that when you start the car, the computer is telling the valve to open (= higher RPM), and it's getting stuck there. Cure probably is a new idle valve. Eric Law Aaron King <a949kingnopsaml.msn.com> wrote in message news:eOUomDjJ$GA.338nopsamnbbsa05... > Does anyone know how to adjust the cold idle on an 89 900s? Mine runs at > about 2200 rpms and the noise and fuel consumption is getting very old. > >

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