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I replaced my im gasket, can position sensor, and did the tps rewire, next thing I want to do its replace the CRANK position sensor, heard this solved alot of peoples problems hopefully when I get the time to put my car on a lift I can replace it
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Mine seems to be OK since I re-soldered but it still acts lame on occasion (after hard runs, and I'm not sure why). No boost leaks or vacuum leaks, either.
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This is so annoying. Especially when I get to a red light and my rpms revs up to 3000 and everyone waiting for the green light looks at me like I'm some ricer, SMH! I'm going to try cleaning the IACV with carb cleaner.

Edit *I took off my IACV and it looked pretty clean. I sprayed it with carb cleaner, re-installed it and I still have the same issue. I noticed some corrosion on my battery, I cleaned it off and it's still revving out of control. I don't know what else to do.*


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Did you check the wiring for the TPS and IAC from the sensor all the way to the PCM Moparful?

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Did you check the wiring for the TPS and IAC from the sensor all the way to the PCM Moparful?
Hmmmm... I'll try that. I guess while the car is idling I'll play with the wires and see if I notice anything. Thanks.

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My IAC wire was severed right near the sensor and my TPS wire had a cut out of the black wire much further down (I think someone worked on it before).

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Mine started to idle again at like 1,100 after a few hard pulls. If I baby the car and drive normally, this doesn't occur. I wiggle the TPS wires everywhere and there's no change in throttle. I re-soldered those a week ago and it did improve the symptoms.

IAC wires are still solid, though contemplating doing the rewire for that, too. No boost/vacuum leaks, either.
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I noticed some gurgling at idle when I tug on the TPS wires. Guess I need a rewire. Thanks for the help!

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Yeah that's a definite sign of a rewire. I did mine a while ago but had to solder the black wire again since it had broken. It fixed the problem about 95% but there's still some idle issues after hard runs.
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did u guys ever figour it out as soon as i put my vac line back on the tip i get bad idle hang and a correlation code or what ever its called

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I believe it was the intake manifold gasket. The ones you get at Autozone are much better quality than OEM paper units.
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