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Idle Adjustment R34


ashneel
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well iv looked everywhere around the TB and i cant for the life of me find the screw to adjust my idle.

so can anyone point me to the right direction? clearly im blind cause iv searched the forums and no one else has asked this silly question lol

ta

Ash

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if you know where the TB is then that makes the explaination much easier.. when you rev the car there is a metal piece pulled by the cable.. on that piece will be a "stopper".. it will have a screwdriver slot in it and a "nut".. you undo the nut and screw in or out depending on lower rev or higher revs.. then tighten the nut back up..

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im guessing the same thing happens with the rb25det? i will have to check the ecu, i just tried adjusting with the screw not disconnecting anything and also the ecu may be in test mode, so if it is this will be good, can adjust the idle 2morrow, idling at 750 for me is to low because it does stall sometimes,

let me know,

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Cheers JV

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