Question about Jeep Liberty
This will need to be investiagted on the cause of why its burning coils, Have them run a check while its on the road they have a prtable that hooks up and runs codes, i would have them also look at the coils they put in as well maybe our of spec its hard for me to tell without being under the hood.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
Th IAC control inlet (wht you called the valve) is located on one side of the throttle body.
Apart checking if IAC is obstructed, more likey you will need to replace the IAC control module.
Check also Throttle position sensor and air intake mainfold temperature sensor, that can cause similar problems when they fail.
You can locate all parts checking the diagram below:
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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