Where is the idle air control valve on a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee? (video)
What RPM should a Jeep Grand Cherokee idle at?
Typically, the idle speed will be set at a value in the range of 600 to 800 RPM, but the exact value will depend on the number of engine cylinders and whether the vehicle is equipped with a manual or automatic transmission. via
How do you adjust the idle on a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
Adjust the idle speed by turning the idle speed adjusting screw on the carburetor (V6 models) or by turning the 1/4-inch nut on the sol-vac vacuum actuator (four-cylinder models). Turn clockwise to increase idle speed, counterclockwise to decrease idle speed. via
Why does my Jeep Cherokee idle rough?
The most common reasons a Jeep Cherokee has rough idle are a vacuum leak, an issue with the spark plugs, or a problem with the ignition coil. via
How do you adjust the idle on a throttle body?
Disconnect the idle air adjustment valve by locating and disengaging the electronic connector that holds it to the throttle body. Turn the idle screw to adjust the idle—turn the screw to the left to increase the RPM or to the right to lower it. via
What causes high idle at startup?
It is normal for a vehicle to idle high at start up when it is cold. In this case the engine is being told to idle high by an idle air control valve (fuel injected engine) or fast idle screw (carburated engine). What is this? When the vehicle starts to warm up the idle will decrease nicely to between 600 and 900 rpm. via
What RPM should a jeep 4.0 idle at?
Jerricho said: Most cars should idle around 650. The allowable RPM range for emissions testing at idle here is 450-1100, so you are basically at the absolute bottom of that range. Bump it up a bit, mine really likes to idle at about 600. via