Vibration when idling
1994 Dodge Shadow

Vibration when idling

(1994 Dodge Shadow)
Fixed Motor mount new plugs wires distributor cap roter still vibrating when idling.
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Popular Answer
on March 15, 2017
Hello,
Have you checked for a clogged or leaking idle air control valve (IACV)?
The IACV allows just enough air to enter the engine, so that it can still remain running when the accelerator is not pressed.
They gum up at times, and can develop air leaks.
Also, there may be an issue of fuel delivery, and the fuel pressure at the engine should be tested.
Lastly, if the PCV valve is clogged If you cant hear it rattle when you shake it, or you can't blow through it, replace it.
Let me know if you need anything, and here is a link in case you prefer to have it diagnosed:
http://repairpal.com/dodge-within-10-miles-of-frankfort-indiana-46041
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on March 15, 2017
Hello,
Have you checked for a clogged or leaking idle air control valve (IACV)?
The IACV allows just enough air to enter the engine, so that it can still remain running when the accelerator is not pressed.
They gum up at times, and can develop air leaks.
Also, there may be an issue of fuel delivery, and the fuel pressure at the engine should be tested.
Lastly, if the PCV valve is clogged If you cant hear it rattle when you shake it, or you can't blow through it, replace it.
Let me know if you need anything, and here is a link in case you prefer to have it diagnosed:
http://repairpal.com/dodge-within-10-miles-of-frankfort-indiana-46041
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