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The motor goes bad because leaves and such make their way down and clog it's air intake. Pick up a new one at your local auto parts store if you have to. Relay too.

It's four screws on the motor housing, located under the glove box (2 screws) and the wiring is harnessed, relay plugs in, so no sweat there.

While it's off, reach up into the cavity that feeds it air on the upper left.

You may want to wear a glove. The design on this part of this generation Rodeo is horribly flawed. I pulled a squirrel-sized wad of rotten leaves and pine needles from mine after replacing the motor and resistor twice.

Like drinking a milkshake through a coffee stirrer, you know that's bad for a motor. I clean mine out every fall, before running the heat non-stop all winter.

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lots of oill in my air intake


Sounds like you have a stuck or clogged PCV valve. Go to your local auto parts store and tell them you need a replacement. It should be simple replacement job - pull the hose off of the old one, pull the old one out and then put the new one in and re-attach the hose. If you can't find it, a Haynes manual might be a good investment. Most auto parts stores sell them. Their website is www.haynes.com

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The motor goes bad because leaves and such make their way down and clog it's air intake. Pick up a new one at your local auto parts store.

It's four screws on the motor housing, located under the glove box (2 screws) and the wiring is harnessed, so no sweat there.

While it's off, reach up into the cavity that feeds it air on the upper left.

You may want to wear a glove. The design on this generation Rodeo is horribly flawed. I pulled a squirrel-sized wad of rotten leaves and pine needles from mine after replacing the motor and resistor twice.

Like drinking a milkshake through a coffee stirrer, you know that's bad for a motor. I clean mine out every fall, before running the heat non-stop all winter.

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The motor goes bad because leaves and such make their way down and clog it's air intake. Pick up a new one at your local auto parts store if you have to.

It's four screws on the motor housing, located under the glove box (2 screws) and the wiring is harnessed, so no sweat there.

While it's off, reach up into the cavity that feeds it air on the upper left.

You may want to wear a glove. The design on this generation Rodeo is horribly flawed. I pulled a squirrel-sized wad of rotten leaves and pine needles from mine after replacing the motor and resistor twice.

Like drinking a milkshake through a coffee stirrer, you know that's bad for a motor. I clean mine out every fall, before running the heat non-stop all winter.

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have a 2004 chevy malibu classic 2.2 engine. had on computer today, showed there was a problem with the idle control system. where is this located?


Commonly called the IAC Motor(Idle Air Control Motor) generally mounted into the intake manifold, they often go bad after they clog up with carbon creating the pentil to stop traveling in and out which allows the fuel mixtures to go between lean and rich depending upon many enine condition factors one being hot or cold engine coolant acceleration(wide open throttle) etc.
converge on your local parts house hopefully you have an Auto Zone Store or similiar locally, they will give you advise on where the part is located, if its stocked and how much it costs and also if it is a dealer item or not. Hopefully this helps you.

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