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EJ25 auto stalling at idle
Posted 23 October 2007 - 07:29 AM
Could it be the IAC and if so where is this located?
I have noticed that the idle has been about 50 rpm low for a while but didn't think much of it until now.
Thanks for the help
Posted 23 October 2007 - 08:38 AM
There are a few possible causes of what you've described. Can we assume that the CEL isn't lit? What model year is your car?
Here are a couple of links to info that may be helpful:
By the way, could you actually drive your OB in the "Outback"? (It seems "Madmat" and "Sydney" = Australia )
Posted 23 October 2007 - 04:54 PM
The CEL is not on and it is a 97
i have had the joy of the headgaskets blowing as well. as we would say "Not happy Jan".
Yes i can drive the OBW in the real outback but the sad thing is i havn't done it yet. so sad. i have taken it into some serious offroad situations though and am always amased at where the OBW can go. and i used to have a hard core 4wd before the OBW so i know what hard core is.
check out this site for a 4wd comp run in the outback.
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