Idle problem

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  1. stangla2

    stangla2 New Member

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    Does anyone know how to solve a idle problem on SN-95 w. 306, afr 165, E-303, 24# injectors, 76 mm maf, ??


    I have tried everything including a new idle speed control sensor new maf sensor, chip, but the idle still ranges for 500 - 2000 rpms


    Thanks in advance for the help


    Latz
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  2. Rootus

    Rootus Officially Addicted

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    Do you have a chip or EEC tuning device? If not, you'll probably never get it to idle very well, because of the narrow LSA on the E cam. You could raise the idle manually to 900 or so, and it should help some.

    Dave
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    mancuso4130 New Member

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    same problem

    Hi,

    Im having the same problem with mine and running the same combo as you with 30lbs. I am going to get it tuned and chip burned on Wed so will let you know the outcome.
    Ford sent me something on idle as well, goes something like this/

    Start motor and get it to operating temp.
    disconnect idle bypass harness, if engine stalls-adjust throttle plate till it idles and your comfortable with it
    Adjust TPS till you get .96-.99 volts
    Disconnect neg battery terminal to reset computer

    And thats it. They say if you did it in order, you should get a nice idle. Thanks, mike
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