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I had a code for a bad IAC. I installed according

I had a code for a bad IAC. I installed according to instruction and now the car doesn't idle until warmed up. Could the IAC be bad but not bring back the code

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  • wpassmore May 10, 2010

    Cleaning throttlebody and iac port was done but maybe not very well. I'll try again

  • wpassmore May 10, 2010

    I will try this fix, however, I don't want to keep changing parts until I get the right one. I know that the MAF affects how it runs, but other than the poor or no idle when cold or cool it runs fine. Thanks for the help

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Hi! The IAC (idle air control) cant be bad since you replaced it for a new one. But I do suspect a faulty MAF (mass air flow) sensor, It has big contribution on engine performance specially on the idling. This may not give you a code but since you described your problem clearly I would suggest that you replace the MAF, it may not die now but sooner or later it will. Hope this helps and have a good one!

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