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Trying to lacate the idle control sensor on 2004 ford explorer 4 wheel drive

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The idle air control (IAC) valve on my 4.0 L OHV is on the driver's side of the engine mounted on the side of the upper "plastic" intake manifold.
Removing the valve and CLEANING it does wonders for its operation ability.

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Try to check the IACV (idle air control valve). If the IACV is clogged with dirt you'll have vacuum irregularities, one good reason why the idle is below 500. If cleaned and problem still persists, then I suggest that you replace the IACV itself for it can be faulty.

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