Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 1500
I have replaced the idle control valve. it still happens. i also checked for vacuum leak. nothing there either. thinking maybe i received a bad valve? with power, it is supposed to retract. the new one didn't, just like the old one. is there a different way to check the valve?
It positions itself when key on, but that would probably be decided from all other inputs to & from computer. Only other way of testing it that I know of is with the DRB-II scan tool or another scan tools brand capable of doing same. Did you spray the port it goes into real well with throttle body cleaner as well?
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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