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Old 11 Aug 2010, 06:38 pm
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Default Low idle

I need to adjust the idle on my 04 Cruiser, but can't find the idle screw. any help?
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Old 11 Aug 2010, 09:50 pm
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Default Re: Low idle

You can't find it because it's controlled by sensors and the computer. There's an IAC (Idle Air Controller) that's attached to the throttle body. It's black and it's on the back. You can take it off and clean it or just replace it and it might help with whatever problem you have.

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