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  1. Purchase "02 Sensor Safe" throttle body cleaner spray;
  2. Drive the vehicle a few miles, bringing it to full operating temperature, then park it in your driveway with the engine still running;
  3. Gain access to the throttle body, and hold your thumb on the butterfly linkage so that you can open the throttle butterfly when the engine begins to load;
  4. Begin by spraying throttle body cleaner spray on all linkages around the throttle body. If the engine begins to bog because it is aspirating throttle body cleaner, quickly open the throttle butterfly to keep the engine running.
  5. Once you have cleaned all around the throttle body, spray cleaner DIRECTLY INTO THE THROTTLE BODY, opening the throttle sufficiently to keep the engine running. It will run rough during this process but try not to let the engine stall.
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Most common problem is the IAC(Idle Air Control) valve.But if you say some times work I will suspect the throttle is clogged. Remove the Air hose,apply full throttle and hold, spray carburetor cleaner on clot using thin long nose player clean inside wall and throttle. don't spray directly inside because the carb cleaner is to aggressive for some of the gasket.
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My MTD Yard Machine Y2500 starts fine and works with the choke partly closed. It also idles fine with the choke fully closed but stalls when I press on the throttle when the choke is fully closed.


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Looks like a classic idle air control IAC problem. The ECU should normally enrich (prolong the injection cycle) if load is put on the engine such as engaging drive or putting input to the power steering. It can only do this if it knows that the throttle is fully closed according to signals from the throttle position sensor on the throttle shaft end (see the outside of the throttle body at opposite end to the rotary accelerator linkage). The ECU then allows air passed the closed throttle plate> This is doen by two possible ways 1) a motor in the TPS eases the throttle plate open just a fraction or 2) a port on the side wall in front of the throttle plate is connected via an opened IAC valve to an exit port. If it is the valve type, just ensure that everything is clean by using carb. choke spray or WD40 and cloth/brush to remove oily carbon build up. Ensure the valve can open and close freely. If the TPS motor type ensure that everything is very clean and that any micro switch associated with sending 'throttle closed' signal to the ECU is also clean and able to click freely. AS a final measure check all the vacuum lines to the inlet manifold for any leaks, ingress of un-metered air needs to be ruled out as another potential problem source.

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Start with the simple and clean the throttle body and inspect any loose or damaged wire leads to the throttle body. Replace or repair any signs of damage.

Thank you for using Fixya and good luck.

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