Question about Eagle Talon
You may have a vacuum leak somwhere or possible a bad 02 sensor
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you! If there's no thermo valve on my thermostat housing, what do I do with the vacuum hose that comes from the top of the throttle body, that is supposed to attach to the thermo valve? "
Check the ECU. It is located under and behind the radio in the center console. Removing the side trim pieces (carpeted) will give you access to the 10mm bolts (3) that hold it in. Disconnect the three harness connectors and remove the ECU. Remove the (4) screws that hold the unit together. there are three (3) capacitors on the circuit board. the two large ones are known to leak. this will cause erratic behavior (including idling) and will eventually lead to failure of the entire ECU. These capacitors MUST be removed, the board cleaned gently with rubbing alcohol, and new capacitors soldered back in place. Be sure to match the numbers EXACTLY when replacing the caps. Mouser.com is where I found mine.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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