How does An Idle Air Control Valve Work?


The IAC as its known to many is made to adjust the engine idle speed while closing and opening the air bypass passage inside the throttle body while the car/truck/suv is sitting or idling at a red light or parked.
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An idle air control valve is an electronic motor within the car engine, typically mounted on the throttle body. Idle air control valves control idle RPM (revolutions per minute) speed
to the left hand side of the fuelinjectors.
1 See if the "check engine" light is on. If it is, use an OBD II scanner to retrieve the codes if the car is 1996 or newer. If the codes are between P505 to P509, you have
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An Idle Air Control Valve is an electrically-operated valve which allows air to bypass the throttle plate in a fuel injected engine to regulate engine idle speed ...
An idle control valve is a device in a vehicle which controls the vehicle's idling and also RPMs while idling. This device works by allowing air flow into the ...
The Idle Control Valve is usually found in front the throttle body. First, loosen and remove the bolts mounting the Idle Control Valve with the use of appropriate ...
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