Was there anything on the "Breather Tube" you might have failed ti hook back up?
Is your IAC fully seated and no vacuum leak. You can check with any flammable aerosol, carb cleaner, starter fluid (even hairspray) Squirt around it (without getting it in the throttle body) listen for engine speed to change. Have a blanket or fire extinguisher nearby. You never know, 'specially with your winning streak now!
This may sound dumb but, Maybe disconnect the battery for 5 minutes then reconnect. Works on some stuff, won't hurt to try.
If you go to Autozone or Advance Auto Online, maybe replacing the IAC and TPS would be cheaper than a Shop. If that's your problem.
I always look at parts changing for a cure, as : Their old and worn anyway, this is just a insurance policy for the future, even if it's not the problem
It does really seem suspicious that, that's what you messed with and now you have a different factor in the equation.
About I can dig up. Still let me know what happens, This is how I learn too!
Monday, January 24th, 2011 AT 5:28 AM