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2000 F-350 Super Duty Idle up

I know there is a wiring harness somewhere, that will allow me to run 12 volts to a wire to increase my idle speed. Does anyone know where or what color the wire is?

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Your idle is adjusted according to your ecm if you use a 12 volt spike to try and adjust it you will spike the ecm and damage it. you can use a scan tool to adjust through the ecm...( a new ecm cost about 1500.00 bucks so word to the wise don't use a voltage lead. p[lease rate this

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In the IAC motor system, the PCM will count every step that the motor is moved. This allows the
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  2. If the Check Engine Light comes back on, replace the IAC Valve. Have the ECM reset and check for the problem again.
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Idle Air Control (IAC) Valve OPERATION The Idle Air Control (IAC) valve controls the engine idle speed and dashpot functions. The valve is located on the side of the throttle body. This valve allows air, determined by the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) and controlled by a duty cycle signal, to bypass the throttle plate in order to maintain the proper idle speed. Fig. 1: Typical Idle Air Control (IAC) valve which is mounted to the throttle body - cutaway view shows air bypass direction 89684g16.gif
--- REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. To remove the IAC valve, first disconnect the negative battery cable, then the IAC wire harness plug 89684p03.jpg
    Next, remove the two IAC valve attaching bolts . . . 89684p04.jpg
    . . . and pull the valve from the intake manifold 89684p05.jpg

  2. Disengage the wiring harness connector from the IAC valve.
  3. Remove the two retaining screws, then remove the IAC valve and discard the old gasket. To install: When installing the valve, always discard the old gasket and install it using a new one 89684p06.jpg

  4. Clean the IAC valve mounting surface on the throttle body of old gasket material.
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