Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

ENG: Setting Base Idle Properly (F22ax, F22bx)

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • benjerman112
    replied
    Originally posted by SilverShadow View Post
    Can you take a picture of the location of that screw...I have slight understanding where it is and want to be sure....Those that have no understanding will benefit greatly with a picture.
    I've got one we can use.


    on the right TB by the top in-between the nut and the hose/nipple thingy, the copper thing with the line on it.

    Leave a comment:


  • dj_ender
    replied
    Originally posted by Dy2*STR33T-KING View Post
    I have an h23 IM also and my idle is stuck @ 1000 as well no matter how much I adjust. Is there something else I should be looking into?
    You should really start another thread if you need help, this is a DIY.

    It's a good chance your throttle cable is too tight.

    Leave a comment:


  • Dy2*STR33T-KING
    replied
    I have an h23 IM also and my idle is stuck @ 1000 as well no matter how much I adjust. Is there something else I should be looking into?

    Leave a comment:


  • reklipz
    replied
    Originally posted by ctrain103
    Tried to set the base idle and now the idle jumps up and down from 200 to 1500 rpm. Ive set the idle before using this thread and it worked fine in the past
    Cool story!

    Are you looking for help? You should either 1) provide more details here by editing your post (or make a new one I suppose...) or 2) create a new thread detailing your issue, including what happened that caused it (i.e. something went wrong during your adjustment, but what?) as well as what prompted you to take action (there must have been something wrong, some symptoms you were trying to diagnose/alleviate).

    Leave a comment:


  • Thenderson2011
    replied
    Also, now when i drive it sputters and lurches forward. No idea why tho

    Leave a comment:


  • Thenderson2011
    replied
    Okay, so I followed all the steps, and when I have the IACV disconnected, it idles at 600 rpm, but when I hook it back up it idles at 1200 rpm. I have pulled the backup/radio fuse and don't know what else to do here.

    Leave a comment:


  • SilverShadow
    replied
    Originally posted by Honda_Lady View Post
    Great write up, will be using this tomorrow to set my base idle!
    Can you take a picture of the location of that screw...I have slight understanding where it is and want to be sure....Those that have no understanding will benefit greatly with a picture.

    Leave a comment:


  • Honda_Lady
    replied
    Great write up, will be using this tomorrow to set my base idle!

    Leave a comment:


  • Frijoles
    replied
    After doing this (exactly per instructions) my idle is at 1000 rpm. I am using an H23 intake manifold and throttle body. Does that matter?

    Leave a comment:


  • organ
    replied
    Originally posted by SilverShadow View Post
    Are either one of these the IACV? I don't remember what they are called.
    Left is IAC, right is FIT.

    Leave a comment:


  • CB7uner
    replied
    Ok, thank you.

    Leave a comment:


  • dj_ender
    replied
    Originally posted by CB7uner View Post
    This is an awesome DIY...but where is the screw exactly located that you are supposed to turn? I'm new to these engines.
    It is located to the left of the red hose on the throttle body. It's a big brass colored screw.

    Leave a comment:


  • CB7uner
    replied
    Umm...

    This is an awesome DIY...but where is the screw exactly located that you are supposed to turn? I'm new to these engines.

    Leave a comment:


  • pupildel
    replied
    thank man for the DIY it did it at first when i plug the iacv connect it back on rpm went to 1000rpm i was like wtf until i let ecu reset itself then i turn the car one than it went to abou 700 to 800 rpm so thank again man

    Leave a comment:


  • SilverShadow
    replied
    Are either one of these the IACV? I don't remember what they are called.

    Leave a comment:

Working...
X