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Bad idle on 2002 Saturn Vue

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2002 Saturn Vue idle problem. When I let off the gas sometimes it dies instantly or rumbles in low idle or idles normally.
Whats up with that?

John

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Make sure you have no hoses on the engine that fell off listen for a hissing at idle. If all ok and you checked for codes which should be done before any parts are replaced then the most likely cause is the Idle Air Control Valve. (IAC). IAC's usually wont set a code.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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You won't likely get a saturn tech here to help, so you will need to take it to a shop. I have 46 years at this and would need the veh and a lot of info and we both go for a road test.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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