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Old 02 Aug 2006, 03:11 pm   #1 (permalink)
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i was windering if anyone can help me.My toyota seems to vibrate when im at
a stop.when i look at my rpm it drops below normal when at stop thats when
it starts to vibrate.when putting some gas to it or regular driving it is
ok..please help me its driving me creazy..

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Old 02 Aug 2006, 03:38 pm   #2 (permalink)
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> i was windering if anyone can help me.My toyota seems to vibrate when im

at
> a stop.when i look at my rpm it drops below normal when at stop thats when
> it starts to vibrate.when putting some gas to it or regular driving it is
> ok..please help me its driving me creazy..


Once again, the first port of call is the IAC valve. The idle air control
valve controls the idle speed of he engine. After some time it can become
sticky in its operation and can be cleaned. Here's Daniel's description on
how to do this job. He's done it plenty of times with success>>
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Daniel's IAC cleaning method:

If you go to Redline's Internet site they have detailed technical
information regarding the fuel system cleaner including graphs and apx.
4 pages of text. Should answer any question you may have.
All you really need is Tri-Flow for a newer IAC valve. Just spray some
into the opening on a cold engine.
How does the novice find the IAC air intake?
Easy.
Open the hood.
You should see the battery right in front.
Just behind that is the air filter enclosure.
Follow the air tube back as it curves around to the left.
It terminates at the throttle body.
You'll see a wheel with cables going to it in front. On the '94 it's
just behind the distributor that has the spark plug wires. The wheel
with cables is the throttle valve that moves when you press on the gas
pedal.
The purpose of the idle air control valve is to route air past the
closed throttle valve at idle, so the air intake is in front of the
throttle valve inside the throttle body.
You need a 10mm wrench to loosen the clamp holding the air intake hose
- a fairly large diameter black plastic hose that connects to the
throttle body.
You're going to have to turn that hose clamp bolt a lot, so it is
easier if you have a ratchet wrench or GearWrench, but actually any
10mm wrench will work.
After the clamp is loosened, use both hands to simultaneously pull back
and twist and wiggle the connection to release the air hose. Then pull
it over to the right (windshield) side of the throttle body to get it
out of your way temporarily.
Then look inside the throttle body.
Right in front, at the bottom, you will see a rectangular shaped
opening. That's the air intake for the idle control valve and that's
where you spray a small amount of Tri-Flow.
That's it.
You're done.
Pull back on the air intake tube and press it back into place.
Tighten the hose clamp.
It doesn't have to be over tightened, just firm - snug - use light
pressure on the end of the wrench until you feel it stop turning, then
don't force it, just apply moderate pressure such that you've reached
the natural holding force of the fastener.
One can of Tri-Flow will last for years, and one application should be
good for around a year.
Perhaps after you've accomplished this, you may be emboldened to try
other maintenance or repair procedures, but at least you'll have this
one done.
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By the way, if you really want to see a picture, the Haynes repair
manual for your '94 has a photograph in the Fuel section of someone
spraying carburetor cleaner into the throttle body so you should be
able to see the IAC intake opening there.

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