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    Smile toyota corolla Gli 2009 ...

    well now i am posting this thread once again because i dnt know where all pakwheels experts gone ...please help me guys

    Toyota corolla gli 2009 40,000km driven
    When my car is idle engine running on PETROL RPM up and down 800 to 600 and 600 to 800
    This only Happens on PETROL not on CNG,
    one mechanic told me to change your advancer
    other told me to get throttle body serviced and other saying different things..
    now tell me pakwheelrs what to do??
    why rpm flutring on petrol ??
    why this problem occurs ?
    please help guys this is the number one problem of mine in these days...

    thanks


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    get throtle body/iddle control valve serviced
    hopefully it will fix the problem
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    get throtle body/iddle control valve serviced
    hopefully it will fix the problem
    and if the problem persists change the advancer and emulator
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    just clean it's valves

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    is ur engine bey muddy / dusty..

    also if u r to open the throttle body.. make sure to disconnect the batteries first
    people who use Highbeams.. once day would suffer too bigtime. People who drive slow on fast lanes, remember one day a vehicle carryin ur son, dad might get late to hospital coz people like u. underaged driving will land u in bigtime trouble one day or the other.. And the Blue indication light on ur speedometer denotes "High Beams"

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    mechanic nai sahi kaha hai advancer ka problem hai ignition system ko check karyeay CNG shortage aur petrol usage ki wajah sai aaj kal yeah masla bohat ho raha hai problem sirf ignition system ka hota hai mechanic ap ko skin karlaytay hain.

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    where is it iddle control valve loacated???

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    AS YOU SEEN THIS PICTURE ACOORDING TO ME THE T-BOLT is idle control valve in ths picture...
    RIGHT ME IF I'M WRONG
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingvirgo80 View Post
    where is it iddle control valve loacated???
    in the throttle body
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    air inflow needs to be adjusted usually cars has mass air flow sensor ge it chkd hope that it wld solve ur problem its usually found under throtle body sir
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