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I replaced my IAC and it made my car idle at a constant 2500 rpm’s and I couldn’t adjust it at all. I put my old one back in and the idle dropped back down to where it’s supposed to be at. Has anyone had this issue before? Any advice on what I should check would be appreciated.
 

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Did you ohm-test the replacement? Also, did you properly "set" base idle afterward?

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Did you ohm-test the replacement? Also, did you properly "set" base idle afterward?

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No I don’t have a multimeter at the moment but Is there any other way to adjust the idle other than the slider bracket and the screw on the actual throttle body?
 

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Yes, the PROPER method is more involved. Most ill-informed owners will begin adjusting things left and right unnecessarily. This is a decent writeup and explanation:

Engine: Adjust Idle Speed <<

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