Question about Air Tools & Compressors
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Stripped adjustment on pressure regulator is common due to over tightening and adjusting while under pressure. If you let out all the air from the tank, the adjustment may work. If not, replace the regulator with a universal regulator from ebay or www.grainger.com. When ordering, make sure that the port sizes are correct. A universal pressure regulator will cost about $20. Some regulators are built-in to a manafold and are more expensive. For temporary measures, you can obtain air from the tank by connecting fittings to any available entry into tank. Example, remove the safety pop valve (usually 1/4 npt) and install a tee fitting allowing one port to reconnect safety and the other to install quick disconnect for air. This method will give you full tank pressure. A simple regulator can be installed between the temporary tee fitting and the quick-connect and it will function just fine untill you have time to work it into the control panel. Good luck
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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Unplug the electrical connector on the IAC valve located on the back of the throttle body near the firewall. No tools are needed to unplug the connector. Squeeze the release tab on the plug and pull to remove it.
Turn the ignition key to the run position but do not start it at this time. Unplug the electrical connector once again, and turn the key off.
Start the engine, and adjust the minimum air rate by turning the adjusting screw located on the throttle cable side of the throttle body until the idle speed is 650 rpm plus/minus 50 rpm. Turn the engine off, and plug the electrical connector back in--pushing until it clicks into place.
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