Were is the IAC valve located on a 2.0

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MICHAELSMITHEY
  • 1997 HYUNDAI TIBURON
  • 11,100 MILES

I think mine is going out, the check engine light will come on and the car will get jumpy when im trying to stay at a consistent speed say 3rd gear at 3,000 rpm " manual ". When it does this ill come to say a red light and the car will want to stay at 2,000 rpm but will adjust if I rev engine slightly. Then in a day or so the C/E light will go off. Does this sound like a iac valve. Thank you for the help, Michael

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Sunday, July 8th, 2012 AT 3:41 AM

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DRCRANKNWRENCH
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On the Tiburon it is referred to as the Idle Speed Control Actuator. It is located on the intake manifold near the throttle body on the backside.
I attached a diagram with locations of components.
It does sound like it could be the ISC. However, I would go and get the trouble codes pulled. You don't have to have a check engine light for one to be present and it helps in finding the problem.
Any Advance Auto or Auto Zone will do this for free.

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