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97 Sidekick Sport 1.8L - CUTS OUT AT 1/4 THROTTLE
02-25-2017, 04:04 AM
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RE: 97 Sidekick Sport 1.8L - CUTS OUT AT 1/4 THROTTLE
Tv valve , look at the stops??????????
first step every-time on all cars made(TBW, i dont know , ALL DIFFFERNT+)

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02-27-2017, 02:57 PM
Post: #122
RE: 97 Sidekick Sport 1.8L - CUTS OUT AT 1/4 THROTTLE
No air leaks. I tested with starting fluid.
I can see that the idle stop is resting where it is supposed to.
The TV cable is disconnected, so not holding it open.
Tested MAF, good readings.
TPS is good and has been replaced. Good voltage readings.
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02-28-2017, 12:44 AM
Post: #123
RE: 97 Sidekick Sport 1.8L - CUTS OUT AT 1/4 THROTTLE
ok no air leaks found
do the ISC is bad
only the ISC is the path of, air flow. on a hot engine, if all leaks are gone ,ISC is bad. (stuck)
keep in mind all engines, Vacuum plenum,love to find leaks, and do, and will suck air, by any means it can,,, and lots of ways there are, even injector cushions leak.
do you have the device i showed you>(cold start fast idleSmile

SEE this, but if the stops are ok,, (this device, raise the stops)
http://fixkick.com/IDLE-AIR/Sport-IAC.jpg

so ISC is bad, stuck or just needs cleaning its and electromagnetic(motor) driven air valve.
they fail, easy, with EGR gasses and PCV gasses from H3ll there. all do.

the ECU told you,it cant control idle
The RPM guage,shows 1200, tell you it can control idle
that means air leaks

aka, vacuum leaks same thing.
if the plenum has no leaks, (normal hot ) then only the ISC is the 1 and only air supply, and is failing)'TV closed 100%
I pinch all vacuum hoses, at failed 1200rpm to see who leaks(now) and who does not.
finding gasket leaks more hard.
even egr, isc base gaskests can leak, or seen MISSING.
so can injector base cushion(or 0ring base side)
even TB base gasket bad
even brake booster diaphram cracked


the ISC test, might work
remove it.
keep plugged in,
key on 3 times and person 2, looks at iSC guts
it cycles, 1 time. to reset it self.(software)
if not its jammed. check is coils yet for same ohms,? 10-15ohms, my guess.



800rpm hot
900rpm hot a/.c on
1200 is dead wrong.hot if really hot.

i dont think any J18/20 engine has TB bleeds screw, i thing the ECU does all that magic. (has more dynamic range)

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real suzuki j18
http://fixkick.com/engine/18L/18L252.jpg

j18 idle too high page
http://www.fixkick.com/IDLE-AIR/J18-idle.html

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05-11-2017, 03:10 PM (This post was last modified: 10-11-2017 10:04 PM by Friar.)
Post: #124
RE: 97 Sidekick Sport 1.8L - CUTS OUT AT 1/4 THROTTLE
(02-21-2017 08:32 AM)fixkick Wrote:  good luck
cables exposed to salt
like in the salt belt states, can be hopeless.. rust.
winter salt can easily https://www.the5x5project.com/hydromax-x...ew-results use this wreck all cars.

Tell me about it pal. Rust is a destroyer.
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05-18-2017, 03:00 AM
Post: #125
RE: 97 Sidekick Sport 1.8L - CUTS OUT AT 1/4 THROTTLE
me to, i never buy rust.
learned my lessons....
like buying a dead dog at the pound, silly

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06-23-2018, 11:17 PM (This post was last modified: 06-28-2018 07:59 PM by LazaroCarroll.)
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RE: 97 Sidekick Sport 1.8L - CUTS OUT AT 1/4 THROTTLE
(05-18-2017 03:00 AM)fixkick Wrote:  me to, i never buy rust.
learned my lessons....
like buying a https://theskinnyvibes.com/phenq-reviews-and-results/ dead dog at the pound, silly

I too have learned the lesson, but the hard way. Bought without checking and suffered loss and frustration. I can laugh over my mistake now, but at that time I was just pulling my hair.
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