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Old 02-22-2009, 07:33 PM
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Installing the IAC

Ok after reading up on the IAC and how it's controlled it seems that the ECU is responsible on how this thing works. So my ? is when installing this thing should I disconnect the Neg bat cable before installing it and OR do an ECU reset after its installed, OR just leave it all alone then istall it. BTW I am istalling an IAC due to Fluctualting IDLE.
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Re: Installing the IAC

you don't need to unhook the battery cable, but if you're really worried about it, go for it. and no, you won't need to reset the ECU after you install it.
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Re: Installing the IAC

sweet thanx I'll let you know how it turns out
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Re: Installing the IAC

It depends on you, you may pull out the terminal battery or not, don't reset the ecu after installing it.
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