Hello I was just reading what you wrote earlier about if it wasn't idling high that wouldn't be a vacuum problem. It doesn't really idle rough except when I first started it will idle about 1200 RPMs and then it will drop down to a thousand RPMs when I first start it. But once it is shifted even on flat ground it is idle on at about 2000 RPMs. Isn't that a little high to be idling at 2000 RPMs. When I took it to a mechanic a couple weeks ago and he put an EGR valve on it he said it was idling too high. But when he took the EGR valve off because he thought maybe we had a faulty one it still does idle about 2000 RPM it just idles steady. Do you still believe it is the problem that you suggested to me earlier thank you for helping me and I'm sorry I am giving you more information or kind of different information I was just thinking about it and talking with my friend and we were discussing about it idling at 2000 RPM's even after it is shifted
What do you think? Do you still believe it is a bad coolant temperature sensor or what?
Wednesday, April 20th, 2016 AT 6:40 PM