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idleling at 3000 rpms!

Old 10-11-2007, 02:19 AM
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So I just finished doing a swap on my 7. I took all tha emmisions junk and egr valve. I made block off plates for everything I removed but now that I turned tha engine on sounds good no fluid leaks but its idleling at 3000 rpms.

I loosened tha throttle cable and tuned tha idle screw in thinking it was tha problem but still tha same thing idleling high.

So I checked all tha vacuume hoses to see if I missed 1 but I can't seem to find any so that means I connected all of them. Do any1 have any idea why is idleling so high.



Please hit me up.
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Old 10-11-2007, 01:47 PM
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if you have a bad quality gasket on the lower intake manifold it may have broken from the pressure on start up and that can cause high idle. Happend to my girl friends FD.
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Old 10-11-2007, 05:13 PM
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damn bro i didnt think of that till u told me so i checked it out n yes! when i took it apart i took a big chunk of gasket with it...thanx man u safed my life!!!!
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