Question about Cars & Trucks
IAC or idle control valve would be unlikely to replace a cold start sensor or injector
run the fault codes and check for ambient temp sensor problem that is not telling the ECM to rich up the fuel mixture ( choke ) for the cold air coming in
the ECM will adjust the idle speed accordingly to the responses from the temp sensor
Posted on Dec 16, 2016
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