Question about 1996 Eagle Talon
It may be a dirty air cleaner or a dirty Idle Airflow Valve . The IAC can be cleaned by taking off the duct work that goes from the air assembly to the fuel injector hole. The valve is to one of the sides of the hole just inside. You will see two small holes. Buy some card cleaner and with your engine running at about 1300 rpm spray the cleaner directly into these holes. Spray for a good 10 seconds. Stop the engine and let the cleaner soak in. Repeat this about 4 times. If it still idles rough it may be the Idle position sensor or you have to replace the IAC.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
2G BISS Adjustment (Base Idle Speed Screw)
Also check the ISC (Idle Speed Control Servo), these are notorious for causing bad idling. You do not want to spray carb cleaner, through the throttle body holes, into the ISC. It will destroy it. If you are cleaning the ports (holes) in the throttle body take the ISC off, as to not damage it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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