bexi wrote:Any tips on doing the job?
Get under the vehicle and get a good look at the thing. go ahead and get the replacement part first so you know exactly what you are looking for. it is tucked away. make sure you have a swivel socket and a bright flashlight. Disconnect the vacuum hose from the intake first. you will leave this on the IAC valve when you remove it. if there is slack in the wires, it will be easier to disconnect after you have the valve removed.
Install will be reverse, with the hose attached. the only difference is the connector, it will be easy to reconnect the wires after the valve is installed.
Inspect the vacuum hose carefully. a leak here will cause just as big a pain. I could not get a replacement hose, so i had to repair mine.
Hope this helps.
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