View Full Version : Aggravating high idle......
04-24-2012, 09:50 PM
So my 04 xlv developed an intermittent problem a couple weeks ago. About half way through the day my idle starts sticking around 1200rpms. If i snap the throttle in nuetral or shut it off and restart it, sometimes that will drop it back down to 7-800 but after a couple pulls it goes right back up. I checked the throttle arm on the side of the throttle body and its all the way seated when the idle is sticking. So as far as I can tell I need a new idle air control valve. I tried to buy one aftermarket at the parts store. 96-2002 chevy 350 has the same part number for the IAC valve and its different than the one on my boat. Does anybody know what I need to look under to find one or know the part number for the correct IAC? Atlanta marine wants $220 for that little thing. Which is way over priced. Id rather pick one up at the parts store for $70 and save the money.
04-25-2012, 02:41 AM
Yeah, seems a bit high, but over priced may be relative based on how frustrating it may be to find the right part.
04-25-2012, 07:49 AM
Try calling Skidim. The ones I'm seeing on skidim are 173-198 ish so 220 doesn't seem too far out of line.
Edit: Skidim contact info added
Discount Inboard Marine, LLC
2113 1/2 Wessinger Road / Chapin / SC 29036
Phone / (803) 345-0996 / Fax / (800) 510-9174
Email / email@example.com
Our office hours are 9 to 5 Eastern Standard Time Monday - Thursday
And 9 to 3 On Friday.
04-25-2012, 10:42 AM
I have an extra IAC that you can try before you buy one. I have the same exact problem but the new IAC did not fix it. The problem is in the PP. A backup throttle return spring seems to have temporarily fixed it.
04-25-2012, 10:52 AM
Now there's a Moomba brother stepping up to help out!
When you guys get that problem fixed, let me know Mikes as I have one I could use your help with, too. My beer cooler is empty. :)
04-25-2012, 02:08 PM
Try cleaning the one you have with some sea foam first
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