Question about 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
post RPM in both modes,
it must be the same
the ISC idle controls system controls idle at all times.
post RPM. 800 is normal. the exact valve is in the FSM
and posted under the hood in USA.
no country stated in 4000s posts so.... well, gee....
here, open the hood, look up, see EPA vacuum map
that is also the the engine size and type , and most state the normal
hot RPM clearly there, and is in the FSM.
here is the acid test. hot.
in park hot, rpm 800 if not the ISC fuction is dead
"idle speed controls"
then select drive. if RPM drops ISC is malfing.
now back to park. (all this is in the FSM to read)
now 800 hot. you turn on all heavy electrical loads
the rpm does not drop. Head lights + heater fan, and defrost.
all these test he ISC, if it fails its bad.
what does bad mean, that means its out of control
and you do further testing to find the reasons.
Ill name 3:
intake air leaks. aka vacuum leaks.
ISC valve dirty , clean it.
throttle cables , misadjusted.
cold start air valve stuck open hot.
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
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