Originally Posted by ungladiador68
No i have not tired that yet.Im not even sure i know where that is.I would have to look at the manual , is there a certain way to clean?
go to the parts store and get the 3M throttle body cleaner. unhook your throttle cables, your IAC and TPS. the IAC and TPS are on the front pas side of the TB (throttle body). also there are 2 hoses in this area, they are 2 diff sizes so there is only one way they can go back on.while you are there this would be a great time to do the TB bypass. it dosent do much or if anything for HP but it dang sure makes removing the TB waaaay easier and cleaner. you will need a 1%u00BD-2 in piece of pipe to connect the 2 hoses that attach to the TB.
obviously remove the intake ducting that goes on the front of the TB and then remove the 4 bolts that hold the TB to the plenum. after they are out the TB should come off. there is 1 small plastic hose under the TB, it pops off. dont forget this when you put things back together or you will have a vac leak and it'll run weird till its replaced.
unscrew the IAC from the TB and remove the port it screws into. hit the IAC pental with the 3M cleaner and hte port it came out of. use an old tooth brush also. dont scrub hard on the IAC at all, just more or less brush "at" it.
spray down the rest of the TB and dry it after your done. put a small amount of grease or something on the pental shaft, it dosent take much. also lube the throttle shaft and spring area on the TB. wipe away the extra.
then screw everything back together in the way you removed it. this shouldnt take more tan 30 mins or so to do this.
if ya need any help Big Bad Lou or someone can point ya back in the right direction.
oh, be careful and dont bump the TPS sensor, it is set to a certain Mv
(milivolt). its not gonna go out of speck by handeling it but dont bang it around or hard bumps.