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Hi all,

I have swaped my engine (for a standard 1.8 16v kr) and now my cars pulls a lot better. The problem is that it is idling to high (some times it goes to 1800rpms)


I have tryed to adjust the idle by hand folowing this steps mk2 16v stalling? - fix it yourself!.

And here are some questions that I have:
- When I disconnect the "Red connector" should the ISV continue to buzz when I turn on the ignition?
- With the "Red Connector" disconnected should the idle speed have variations when I strangle the hose that goes to the ISV? Even with the ISV disconencted when I try to stop the air from passing in that hose I notice that there is air passing through it. Could that be?
- Why should I remove the oil breather hose?

Thank you all in advance

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Felix Simoes
 

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Sorry, I don't know if I can be of any great help, but remember a few things from my old 16v days. I would check to see that the ISV is clean, or if there is a vaccum leak after making your adjustments. Only other thing that comes to mind, is maybe the o-ring for the idle screw might need replacing. Good luck!

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