Where is the component that causes high idle at start up?

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Old 17 Aug 2003, 10:14 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Where is the component that causes high idle at start up?

Sometimes mine doesn't, and I have to hold the accelerator down for a
minute. Then it kicks on.
What do I fix?
97 camry 4cyl.

thanks,
mike
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Old 18 Aug 2003, 10:08 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Thanks.
I see 2 modules stuck to the throttle body near the throttle shaft
itself. I was wondering which one it was..?
There's one underneath, and one towards the back.

mike
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"Daniel M. Dreifus" wrote:
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> MB <mkb@sonic.net> wrote in message news:<3F404411.A35C7D10@sonic.net>...
> > Sometimes mine doesn't, and I have to hold the accelerator down for a
> > minute. Then it kicks on.
> > What do I fix?
> > 97 camry 4cyl.
> >
> > thanks,
> > mike

>
> Seach Google Groups - Camry, for "IAC" (idle air control valve) to
> learn how to clean it.

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Old 19 Aug 2003, 08:53 am   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: Where is the component that causes high idle at start up?

MB <mkb@sonic.net> wrote in message news:<3F419435.55F4A0E7@sonic.net>...
> Thanks.
> I see 2 modules stuck to the throttle body near the throttle shaft
> itself. I was wondering which one it was..?
> There's one underneath, and one towards the back.
>

The one on the bottom.
But you don't want to remove it - without disconnecting water lines,
etc.
Just let the engine idle cold, and spray carburetor cleaner in the
small rectangular opening at the bottom of the throttle body throat
right in front of the butterfly valve slightly to the right.
Keep the engine running with your other hand, and that should do it.
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Old 19 Aug 2003, 10:14 pm   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: Where is the component that causes high idle at start up?

Thanks, I'll give it a squirt.

mike
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"Daniel M. Dreifus" wrote:
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> MB <mkb@sonic.net> wrote in message news:<3F419435.55F4A0E7@sonic.net>...
> > Thanks.
> > I see 2 modules stuck to the throttle body near the throttle shaft
> > itself. I was wondering which one it was..?
> > There's one underneath, and one towards the back.
> >

> The one on the bottom.
> But you don't want to remove it - without disconnecting water lines,
> etc.
> Just let the engine idle cold, and spray carburetor cleaner in the
> small rectangular opening at the bottom of the throttle body throat
> right in front of the butterfly valve slightly to the right.
> Keep the engine running with your other hand, and that should do it.

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