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Old 05-01-2013, 11:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Idle goes down on electrical load

Maybe you guys can help me with this.. :-).. also do you think a voltage stabilizer can help?
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No - find the problem, fix the problem.

Is the vehicle fuel injected or carbureted?

The vehicle has a system designed to cope with the additional load presented by the alternator when electrical load is added, if it is carbureted there will be a vacuum switch that controls a diaphragm that adjusts the idle speed, if its fuel injected there will be an idle speed control that does the same job.
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its an EFI engine.. Do you know where it is located?
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No - find the problem, fix the problem.

Is the vehicle fuel injected or carbureted?

The vehicle has a system designed to cope with the additional load presented by the alternator when electrical load is added, if it is carbureted there will be a vacuum switch that controls a diaphragm that adjusts the idle speed, if its fuel injected there will be an idle speed control that does the same job.
sir, mine is carburated...can you show me where is this switch/diaphragm is located?
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