Question about 1997 Suzuki Sidekick
Before doing anything else . Check the idle air control valve. It is located at the hole in the fuel system side. It can be removed and cleaned. Or spray cleaned using carb cleaner.After removing the air duct work. With the engine on and running at 1200 rpms or so, spray cleaner directly at some holes in the sides of the hole going to the fuel system. turn off engine and let the cleaner soak into the valve.Repeat process. If that is not the problem. it may be the Idle position sensor, (IPS) it is located near the fuel systen with a plug of a few wires. remove the plug and replace the sensor.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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