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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rough idle
It will deffinitely have a form of idle control, sometimes it is part of the throttle body but there will be one... 100% certain.
Rough idle as in lumpy will not be an ICV related fault, as with ICV it will either have solid high revs or none at all.
It will either be an inlet vacuum issue - split hose, gasket, MAFS etc or an irratic voltage caused by things like a Lambda or worn throttle potentiometre
Describe the rough idle in more detail if you can, also are you UK or USA etc.
Do you know what cc and engine code your car is?
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
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