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How to fix Idle Control System Malfunction (P1507)?


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#1 RodA2003

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Posted 14 April 2005 - 06:18 PM

P1507




Idle Control System Malfunction (Fail Safe)

I got the above code on a MT 2000 OB. Any pointers on how to fix the problem? Idle speed is a bit erratic.

Rod

#2 Legacy777

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Posted 15 April 2005 - 11:27 AM

Is the CEL on all the time, or did it go on once, and you get that code.

If it's not on all the time, I'd suggest just driving it, and keeping an eye on things. The idle air control valve may have had a hiccup, or it may be sticking due to carbon build up.




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