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Old 07 Sep 2009, 07:05 pm
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Default error 0507

so my car is idling high, and my cold air intake is spindling as if im pressing the gas, even when im at a stop.

then my check engine light came on and the error code is 0507 - idle high
well duh


anyone know what this could be a result of?

i've had my plugs and wires and coil pack replaced recently and a couple of sensors....

any ideas
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Old 08 Sep 2009, 08:26 pm
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Default Re: error 0507

Most likely you have a vacuum leak. One or more of the hoses has probably split or fallen off. Less likely but I have seen it happen is that the bottom of the upper intake manifold has melted out. By that what I mean is there is a hump in the intake that collects oil vapors etc.... First check your vacuum hoses. If all is good then a quick test is to take the intake tube off and put your hand over the throttle opening. If it dies then the problem is else where. If it doesn't then you most likely have a blown intake manifold.
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Old 08 Sep 2009, 08:58 pm
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Default Re: error 0507

thanks for the reply.
im taking it to a mechanic tomorrow. i have a mopar cold air intake so hopefully nothing is wrong with it. the dealer installed it...so....

eeek
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Old 09 Sep 2009, 05:32 pm
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Default Re: error 0507

Let us know what happens.... Did this problem start after some work was done or did is just start out of the blue? I can't see the cold air intake causing the problem but weirder things have happened.
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Old 09 Sep 2009, 11:57 pm
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Default Re: error 0507

Hello


it did start out of the blue


my mechanic found it within 1 minute.
a hose had melted. just wear and tear. he replaced it within another minute for free! awesome mechanic

I am so glad because i've had too much repaired on my car already......
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Old 10 Sep 2009, 02:57 am
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Default Re: error 0507

Congrats on getting that fixed!

So far my pt *knocks on wood* has not needed a trip to the repair shop. All the damages have been caused by myself haha
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