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Old 01-16-2013, 06:15 PM
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I am idling around 2000 rpms what could the problem be
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Check all your vacuum hoses and make sure they are hooked up properly and have no cracks or holes in them.

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There is a vacuum leak somewhere.
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I have the same problem and have read quite a bit about the IAC and using throttle body cleaner (carb cleaner?). I don't know if the IAC can go bad or just get dirty.
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Are all of the vacuum lines contained in the engine compartment?
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Have you done any work to the engine lately like removing the exhaust manifold? Have you worked on anything that could have knocked a vacuum hose loose or broken its connection? Any vacuum leak will cause high engine RPMs.
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Are all of the vacuum lines contained in the engine compartment?
No, there is a vacuum line that leads to the HVAC system that controls some of the HVAC's parts like flapper/mix doors.
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Old 01-16-2013, 08:23 PM
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It actually started after I cleaned my throttle body. The PO put in a cool air intake and it looks like he cut off part of as hoes and tried to plug it

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