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This is a discussion on High RPMs. within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by 98maro where do i check that or how can i replace it smittro? Originally Posted by pajeff02 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98maro View Post
    where do i check that or how can i replace it smittro?
    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    The IAC valve is located on the driver side of the throttle body. I have not had a problem with ours, so I am uncertain of the diagnostic procedure. I understand that they can get gummed up though and cleaning the sensor with a spray throttle body or MAF cleaner (preferred as it does not leave any residue) may alleviate the problem. Do you run a K&N or similar type air filter?
    This..........

    ...... and you'll be wanting to clean out the hole and internal seat for the IAC pintle as well..

    Honestly I'd just replace it and clean out the seat..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    uummmmm....no. our cars (f-bodies) use p/steering fluid. The GTOs might use ATF though
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    Are you sure Cutlass? I was sure that GM uses ATF in pretty much all of their p/s units.
    Either way it should say on the p/s resivior cap.
    My 3800 uses only PS fluid as well..

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    I checked the air control and it looks dirty.
    I'll clean it up in the morning and see what it does.

    All I have is carb cleaner. What should I use to clean that up?
    MAF cleaner? TB cleaner?

    I found the air control for bout $70 I will buy it but I want to make sure that's the problem.
    Idk if the MAF is almost goin out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 98maro View Post
    I checked the air control and it looks dirty.
    I'll clean it up in the morning and see what it does.

    All I have is carb cleaner. What should I use to clean that up?
    MAF cleaner? TB cleaner?

    I found the air control for bout $70 I will buy it but I want to make sure that's the problem.
    Idk if the MAF is almost goin out.
    CRC maf cleaner with work great on it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    CRC maf cleaner with work great on it..
    Thanks smittro.

    So I just have to clean it up till everithing is out right?

    There's no way to mess it up or something ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98maro View Post
    Thanks smittro.

    So I just have to clean it up till everithing is out right?

    There's no way to mess it up or something ?
    Mostly if you do clean it just be carefull not to drop it on the pintle.

    And try not to spray directly into the stepper solinoid but rather from the side.

    Also don't try to twist or pull the pintle out of the stepper, as this can only be performed on a new valve for adjustment.

    The pintle is not removable from the stepper.

    The head of the pintle can be sprayed and wiped with a shop cloth..

    Mostly you're trying to remove built up carbon that maybe present and causeing abnormal air flow @ idle..
    Last edited by Smittro; 02-28-2011 at 09:32 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smittro View Post
    Mostly if you do clean it just be carefull not to drop it on the pintle.

    And try not to spray directly into the stepper solinoid but rather from the side.

    Also don't try to twist or pull the pintle out of the stepper, as this can only be performed on a new valve for adjustment.

    The pintle is not removable from the stepper.

    The head of the pintle can be sprayed and wiped with a shop cloth..

    Mostly you're trying to remove built up carbon that maybe present and causeing abnormal air flow @ idle..
    thanks for the help beo.. ill try to clean that up some time this week..

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    The fluid is very low on the power steering pump.
    But it doesn't say what kind of fluid I have to use.
    Should I use power steering fluid or auto trans fluid?
    Thanks

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    power steering fluid
    Thanks cutlass.

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