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Old 09-11-2008
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Can an IAC sensor be cleaned? Take it off and spray it out? 2003 2.3
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Yes.
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Haha yes it can. Remove it and clean it with carb or throttle body cleaner, I believe even brake cleaner will work. The goal is get all the Black carbon off of the IAC so it moves easier.
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I tried it and it didn't do anything for me, I just need to buy a new one.
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Not to dig up an old thread but there isnt anything you can hurt is there? I have heard to really let it air out good.
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