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Re: need to locate toyota aurion/camry iac valve
The MAF sensor is between the air filter and throttle body. the idle controll is at the throttle body. Its located on the throttle body on the left side. Follow the air intake to an intake manifold which sits on top of the throttle body.
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sounds like its not getting enough of fuel. check or replace fuel filter. this will cause vehicle to die out at stops because when you come to a stop. the dirt settles to bottom of filter, and then its like it chokes out the fuel supply. Hope this helps! the reason it runs in netural, is because the engine is not under load.
The IAC is enclosed in the black plastic body which is attached on the side of throttle body, which cannot be opened. You can only clean the throttle body barrel from inside, and re-learn the idle speed control valve.
When you cleaned the throttle body, did you remove the Idle Air Control valve/motor (IAC)? A dirty or defective IAC can be the result of your problems. The IOAC regulates your vehicles idling under various condictions. Try cleaning it first then replace if needed.
4cyl or V6?? Start at cleaning/replacing the IAC valve(idle air control valve),MAF sensor(V6 only) and cleaning the intake. At this time, I recommend replacing the air filter and sparkplugs(if not done recently). The IAC valve may be dirty or defective causing rough, low, or no idle. hopefully this helps