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Old 11-25-2015, 03:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 2009 Every turbo with the K6A engine. The cold idle is about 1200 rpm and the hot idle is about 1700 (strange, eh?). I took it to the dealer and he tells me that the ISC is probably the issue but is also recommending that I replace the ECU (additional $600).

I have never heard of an ISC requiring an ECU change and think they are trying to take me for a ride. Anyone ever hear this before? There are no error codes or indications being shown by their tester.

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Old 11-25-2015, 11:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Greetings! This is primarily a F6 forum in Philippines.
Not many K6's here. Where are U located?
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I am in Japan. Car just went out of warranty as is always the case.
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I ended up fixing my car by replacing the ISC. The dealer told me that I had to replace the ISC and the computer. After searching the web, I had a feeling that the ISC could be replaced by itself without the expensive computer. Spoke to some other folks around here and found that the dealers really do not have mechanics anymore. They pretty much just follow a script and make recommendations.

I ended up taking the ISC apart, despite the dealer telling me that I could not, and found that it had rusted inside. Don't know how water got in as the gaskets were all good and showed no incursion. I measured the terminals on the ISC and found that nothing had shorted out, so I figured the computer not to have been damaged.

The rust in the ISC had fused the bearing and the valve so that it could not move at all. After replacing it, the car works as it should.
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Greetings! Good you fixed it, and posted the results here. So being in the home country of the Suzuki is of no help when it breaks. Very interesting.
I most times fixed my problem after getting no help on the forum. Most don't know as much as I do about the F6, and only come here when their car is broke. I have a good mec here now as I can no longer do my repairs.
Fordtec is about the only one on here now that was a trained mec
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I like to use these forums to help people figure things out. If I can share info, I will.

Yep, it is sad the way that the industry is going. It makes forums like these more important for us.
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