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What should this truck pull as vacuum at idle

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17-21 inches of vacuum

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Doing the opposite of what it should. Don't know, but the idle should be awful close to 800 on a warmed engine. You may have a vacuum leak causing your high idle. Check all your vacuum hoses for condition and proper routing. Pull one hose off and create a vacuum leak. It should cause your idle to raise. If it doesn't change the idle, there may already be a vacuum leak. By spraying carburetor cleaner around suspect areas, you can also find vac. leaks. The spray will be sucked into engine and change the rpm's.
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I have an 83 f-150 351w, in cold temps the truck won't idle till it warms up, then when it does it idles really fast, it also revs high, what can the problem be, also wen going at highway speeds after...


It sounds like it is working backwards. Around the time your truck was made the industry had different emissions standards for trucks and cars. There were less controls on trucks.

There were vacuum controls that would increase idle speed when the engine was cold. The way this was done is through a water temperature sensor that is commonly called a vacuum tree. It is called a tree because it is shaped like a tree trunk with a few branches and each branch has a vacuum hose. As water temperature increases the vacuum routing changes. The cold setting makes an idle step-up dash-pot raise RPM and close the choke plate. As the water warms, the internal parts of the vacuum tree move and change the vacuum ports.

When the ports change, RPM drops and the choke plate opens and low idle speeds are restored. With the choke plate open high speed operation of the motor is assured without bogging down.

I would say most of what can be wrong is cheap to fix. A new thermostat, perhaps a new vacuum tree. Your problem can also be the vacuum lines are not connected to the correct ports. One thing many people do is to adjust the idle speed at the wrong time. The step-up cams are not in the proper position and when stuff starts working everything is out of adjustment because the changes were made at the wrong time.

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Have a 99 Saturn, rough idles, stalls, high RPMs when first started, then idles to rough idle, what is the first thing I check?


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You could have either a vacuum line leak or an intake gasket leak. Often an intake gasket leak will also cause an oil consumption issue as the actual vacuum leak is at the bottom side of the intake and will result in not ony a misfire at idle but will pull engine oil into the intake causing a loss of engine oil. The other primary sources of leaks I find are broken plastic vacuum lines, usually on the passenger or rear side of the engine. The throttle plates on these do cause a loud hissing noise [normal] so it's often hard to pinpoint an actual vacuum leak unless the air cleaner is on which mutes some of the normal air noise.

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