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What is a "rev limiter"? how do i reprogram iac to

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The mas rev is programed in the ecm and is not adjustable without the proper program, the ecm also control the idle speed. help???

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I replaced my iacv on my '97 chevy malibu as recommended and after driving 34 of the recommended 40 miles the check engine light came back on....what could be the cause? what can I do to correct the...


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The engine runs really well, until you bring the car to a stop. Then it dies. Sometimes it dies when moving. Just push the clutch pedal in and when the revs go down, it dies.


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Inspect the vacuum hoses for cracks or tears. With the engine running, listen for any tell-tale hissing sounds. Make sure there are no leaks in the intake manifold area.

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