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throttle body coolant bypass by jaygt
Started on: 02-09-2004 06:42 PM
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Last post by: Raydar on 02-09-2004 08:21 PM
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i have cut the coolant lines going to my throttle body. it looks alot cleaner now. will this affect idle? on some cars the warm coolant turns off the high idle with a sensor. does the fiero have this? if it does what do i have to do to trick the sensor so its not always going to idle high? thank you
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Nope. There are no sensors that have to do with the coolant lines to the TB. Shouldn't affect the idle at all.
Just enjoy how easy it is to get to your distributor, now.

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