Question about Cars & Trucks
Occasionally, every two or three months when the car is started,it will not idle unless you hold down the accelerator for about 30 seconds at 2000 rpm. After this the car runs fine. This has happened four times over the last 6 months. What do you think the problem is?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
what codes were there stored????? do you remeber???? autozone only gives you the basics on the codes i can get in depth on these
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
Sounds like you idle air control valve is going bad. They start acting up on a hot engine due to sticking or high resistance through its internal windings. It will get to the point where the engine will stall every time you take your foot off the gas.
I suggest getting it replaced and the throttle body cleaned at the same time since it will need to be removed to replace the IAC.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
yes it could be a fuel related problem, when was your last tune up, it could also be a spark issue, old or corroted spark plugs will sometimes not put out the correct amount of heat to ignite the gas correctly till it runs for a while, if the check engine light isnt lit, it will almost have to be something simular to this
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
it doesn't have to do with the battery. I just had this same problem. Clean the carbon out of the IAC and test to see if this solves the problem. Should it not, the next step is to replace the Throttle Position Sensor. This is a common problem with this model of jeep. The can of cleaner and the sensor only cost 45 bucks, and about an hour total to do.
Posted on Nov 03, 2011
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