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Author Subject: Revving problem (video inside)
rain man

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Post #1
Well just to clarify what is happening on the video. My car revs itself from 1000-2000rpm constantly, if I then turn the engine off and back on again it will rev at a constant 2000rpm until the throttle is blipped, and then it goes back to revving up and down.

For the last few weeks its been cutting out when the revs drop below 1000rpm as the clutch is dipped, but it only does it intermittently.

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Any ideas?

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Posted 27th Aug 2009 at 02:21
sacko_gti6

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ICV.. Give it a clean

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Posted 27th Aug 2009 at 02:21
rain man

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Cleaned it and made no difference. Also unplugged it. I was going to replace it but I was under the impression that if the problem still happened when the ICV is unplugged that its unlikely to be the cause?

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Posted 27th Aug 2009 at 02:23
kit

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Map sensor?

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Posted 27th Aug 2009 at 02:32
rain man

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Replaced already and unplugged to see if problem persists Smile

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Posted 27th Aug 2009 at 02:39
kit

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Maybe your better off replacing the ICV, cleaning all the sensors and then resetting the ECU? ECU Reset.

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Posted 27th Aug 2009 at 02:45
rain man

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Yeah I think your right. Ive been told it might be the throttle position sensor so I think ill replace the lot and report back.

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Posted 27th Aug 2009 at 03:12
justinaccurate

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Thats what the engine does when the ICV is unplugged. could be the ICV, could be the loom Sad
Posted 27th Aug 2009 at 03:56
rain man

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Ok thanks for that ill check the wires. If anyone has a working ICV for sale please PM me. Ive pm'd vimto as he was advertising one a few weeks back, waiting to hear back

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Posted 27th Aug 2009 at 04:01

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