i want to increase my idle just a hair. does anyone know the procedure for adjusting the idle on the 3800?
hey calm down. i was listening. and i thank you for your replies. why can i adjust my idle on a motorcycle with a screw but you are saying this its not possible with this car?why are we going to answer when you wont listen?
You didn't raise the idle, you held the throttle open so far as the computer is concerned it is never at idle anymore. There is a part called the IAC valve that meters idle air. On newer stuff with drive by wire sometimes they use the throttle blades for idle control but not on cable driven TBs.
i dont think its as easy as forking over 200 bucks. i 've done research. swap it out. send it back. re-install. and then i've heard of issues with the [SIZE=-1]Security Relearn Procedure[SIZE=-1]. have any experience?[/SIZE][/SIZE]under $200 to improve mileage, power, shifting and transmission life is a fair trade. Many people have done the tune with high mileage. Ask kingnuttin about his fleet vehicles...
But, whatever floats your boat k3: