These can be used on your 94-95 Mustang, but it isn't required for adjusting the air flow to your Idle Air Control motor. Your throttle body should already have an idle air adjustment screw built in. The idle air adjustment screw on most 94-95 throttle bodies is located right before the iac. They are sometimes hidden beneath a removable rubber plug.
Answered by scott s. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
Unfortunately this will only fit the 5.0. You could reset the computer after doing all that stuff by disconnecting the battery for a couple of minutes.
I would recommend checking out the fuel filter as well. They should be changed every 12,000 miles.
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | Comment 0 0
my idle was really rough when I picked up my fox with a e303 cam. I heard about this through a friend and decided to try it. idle is fine now, and it really helped on cold starts... but now it seems to hang at around 2k rpms for about 10 seconds after I left off the accelerator and put the car in neutral. (manual trans) any suggestions? maybe my iac is bad?
Asked by manny b. from hialeah | Comment 0 0
I understand that one set screw allows extra air into the IAC and the other allows it out to the motor at idle but how am I to know which I should adjust to say solve an issue with the car not getting enough air on return to idle after a high rpm pull? Would I allow more air into motor or more into IAC or both ?
Asked by Bryan D. from Sanford | Comment 0 0
Unfortunately every case is unique and it is tough to answer that. You will likely have to adjust both to reach a happy medium. Before purchasing this though, I'd recommend ensuring the IAC is functioning properly is not sticking or a tired actuator as this will simply be a band-aid fix if that is the case.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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