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Icon4 IAC Valve

With the engine running, I pulled the connector from the back of the valve just to see if it did anything. The motor completely died. Do I need to replace the valve or is it fine? Ive read that if you disconnect it and the rpms drop its fine, but what about killing the motor?
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as long as your truck idles good with it plugged in its doin its job. you're fine.
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yea i idles fine. just wasnt sure if it needed replaced or not. thanks
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