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Will not start

I can start it only if i have the foot on the gas ,when i take foot of the gas it stalls? when warmed up it some times idles for a few moment then stalls.so in a note i have been two foot driving .

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  • yellowdragon Nov 29, 2008

    I AM SORRY I DONT KNOW WHAT a . i . s motor is

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Try pulling your A.I.S. Motor off & cleaning it and the port it came out of, as well as the connector.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler Nov 29, 2008

    AIS or IAC motors are same thing, they adjust your idle speeds for you under different conditions. Not a gaurantee but for $5 or $10 that's where I'd start. Get yourself a can of throttle body cleaner, and give the inside of the throttle body a good cleaning, as well. Spray the cleaner in the port that the motor comes out of & clean the shaft & tip of motor good.make sure the connection has clean terminals too, spray them with contact cleaner. Here's a link so you can scroll down the page and see a picture of what your looking for. ( http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairG... )

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