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Old 04-13-2010, 08:51 PM   #1
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Default will a bad MAF cause high idle?

All of a sudden I am idling at 1300 rpm.
Checked all over for vacuum leaks and found none. I took the maf off and cleaned it lightly with either and it seemed to idle for about 10 seconds then back up?
What else can cause it?
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Old 04-13-2010, 09:53 PM   #2
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The idle stabilizer valve.....it is what sets the idle speed.
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Old 04-13-2010, 10:32 PM   #3
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Is that the valve that is buried under the intake behind the throttle valve on the right side looking from the seat??
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Yes. It is the valve that's buried. You can unplug it and test it directly with 12v without needing to remove the intake.

Also, bad ground path to the TEMP-II sensor can cause a high idle. Stuck throttle cable. Bad Idle/WOT switch.

Last, how did you test for intake leaks? Smoke machine? I ask, because it is really hard to figure out if the breather hoses under the intake are leaky without a smoke machine.
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EDIT: On your 86.5 it is way easier to check the ISV than on an S4. Middle pin on the valve is 12v. Apply ground to each outer pin - one at a time - and you should hear the ISV move.

Last, on the S3 motors there is a shorty harness from the idle/wot switch to the main engine harness. It can also be a problem. Most original-equipment shorties are dead by now. The harness is NLA. You have to make a new one from new connectors. Or I think 928sRUs sells a pre-made replacement.
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Agree with Dave C., probably the harness for the idle/WOT switch. Mine disintegrated as most do. 928sRUs does sell a replacement since it is NLA from Porsche.
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Yes. It is the valve that's buried. You can unplug it and test it directly with 12v without needing to remove the intake.

Also, bad ground path to the TEMP-II sensor can cause a high idle. Stuck throttle cable. Bad Idle/WOT switch.

Last, how did you test for intake leaks? Smoke machine? I ask, because it is really hard to figure out if the breather hoses under the intake are leaky without a smoke machine.
Where is the temp II switch located on these?
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Ok, I have narrowed it to the isv, how does this valve work? With engine off, key on, I have 0 voltage to the center pin.
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