Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2000 22:20:44 GMT From: techruggernopsameja.com Subject: Re: High 2K IDLE HELP!!! PLEASE!!!
I just had that kind of problem in my '88 900 turbo. It was the NTC sensor, or cold start sensor. For some reason it was giving a poor reading and making it idle really high, sometimes up to 2K. I don't know much about the 9000, but on my 900 the NTC sensor is right underneath the fuel injection manifold bar, with a two wire connnector. Try wiggling it. Hope this helps Rob In article <89uuji$ojp$1nopsam1.deja.com>, bradford <schroebrnopsamedu> wrote: > Latly my 88 9000T has been idling as high as 2k rpm, most of the time > it is at 1500-1700rpms, and sometimes it is fine just chillin stable at > 1k. I have recently had my injectors cleaned by a mechanic which solved > the problem of my haunting idle and it was good for about 20days untill > it started idling really high. Sometimes it dosnt idle high at all > during a drive. Stays at 1k. Is it bad when I start the car in thr > cold and it reves to 1700rmps? It donst sound to happy. Any ideas? Air > filter? Does a throttle positioning switch have anything to do with > this? Please help! > > Brad > 88 9000T > 190,000 (Does 130mph still!) > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > Before you buy. > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.