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Author Subject: revs behaving weird *SOLVED*
allesclar

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Post #1
Hey all,

Got in the car to find the revs idling around 2k revs. Any obvious issues, dodgy sensor?

I can drive the car ok, just when i clutch down to change gear it pops straight to 2k revs again.

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Posted 4th Jan 2012 at 23:48
welshpug!

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Post #2
broken fuel pump relay, or broken ICV.

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Posted 4th Jan 2012 at 23:53
allesclar

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ok thanks mate,

i did try search but found nothing with this particular issue.

might try giving some of the cables a clean. :/

If it is either of those two, whats the rough cost for either off the top of your head?

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Posted 4th Jan 2012 at 23:58
honestly3k

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Post #4
Can get a good used ICV for £25 i should think and fit it yourself, they are a piece of p*ss

Fuel relay wouldnt be much either imo

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Posted 5th Jan 2012 at 00:21
woody.

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Pug want £140 for a new ICV. I went here and its still running fine 10k down the road:

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Posted 5th Jan 2012 at 02:39
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Post #6
It's probably eithe the ICV or an air-leak somewhere.

Check all of your boost pipework is properly clamped up etc Smile

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Posted 5th Jan 2012 at 09:43
buzzbrightyear

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Icv is about £90 ish from Ecp

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Posted 5th Jan 2012 at 11:38
buzzbrightyear

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Icv is about £90 ish from Ecp

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Posted 5th Jan 2012 at 11:40
allesclar

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thanks everyone, i will have a look at the weekend as its abit too dark atm.

Adam

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Posted 5th Jan 2012 at 18:03
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I'm with Rich here, either the ICV (might as well try and clean it first before buying a new one) or an air-leak.

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Posted 6th Jan 2012 at 07:32
buzzbrightyear

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When I had air leak with my low boost setup, the revs would hang after letting off the pedal for a moment then when it dropped it cut out.
yours isn't doing this so I'd look at the icv first.

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Posted 6th Jan 2012 at 20:15
allesclar

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Post #12
well,

i thought it might be the hose between the charger and the intercooler.

nope, i took the ICV cable off the charger area, gave it a quick squirt of WD40, wiped it clean and on the socket itself, and hey presto.

Just needed a clean. Thanks for the help everyone anyway Smile

problem solved

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Posted 9th Jan 2012 at 21:08
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Glad you got it sorted mate. Wink

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Posted 9th Jan 2012 at 21:11

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