Jump to content

UPDATE - Unfortunately, the data that was lost is unrecoverable by the host.  If you joined between May 26th and Jan 13th please feel free to sign up again.  In addition, all posts and messages during that time have also been lost.  At this point there is nothing that can be done, other than to move forward from here.

 

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

-NPORA Mod Team

*Updated: 02/06/2022 5:26PM PST

johnjohndoe

Members
  • Posts

    1,445
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    47

Everything posted by johnjohndoe

  1. I’m not sure if the 03 is the same as a 98 but the cabin temp sensor on my 98 is to the right of the steering wheel and to the left of the radio, right about where my keys hang from the ignition, but on the dash. I do also have a sunlight sensor on the top of the dash, under the windshield.
  2. It was really difficult to turn the adjustment screw so I’m not sure exactly how many turns but it was at least 4 full rotations.
  3. As usual Slart nasty was right on the money! Thanks dude The IACV was adjusted for a dirty condition throttle body... I bet I will have to clean the throttle body more often now. Which I prefer.
  4. I found it and I’m gonna adjust after the FIC adjustment process. Currently my engine is getting up to temperature. It started off at 1100-1200RPM when I first started the engine but now as it’s heating up the RPM are speeding up. At 170degF it’s at 1500RPM...
  5. Where/what is this screw??? And where is the increased air coming from...?
  6. I just looked at the FIC adjustment in the FSM and mine is way out. I didn’t adjust the FIC, I adjusted the one at the top that has the DO NOT ADJUST disclaimers. What will adjusting that one hurt?
  7. 1999 Infiniti QX4 VG33 I cleaned my throttle body because the baffle was sticking harder and harder over the last couple months. After cleaning off the 1/32” of gunk my idle went from 750-850RPM to 1200-1300RPM. With the idle high like is, when I put it in D the vehicle wants to move forward. I have to press the brakes harder to keep from moving forward. Then when slowing down from highway speeds the trans downshifts harder than normal around 45mph. I believe it’s actually the lockup clutch disengaging while still receiving torque from the engine. I can’t figure out how to adjust the IACV under the intake and so I decided to adjust the fast idle which worked well to bring the idle RPM back to the 750-850 range. I marked it so I know where to put it back at if need be. The problem is that when I started the engine earlier the O/D light began flashing for about 10-15 seconds. I am worried that I will somehow damage the trans and that I’ll have to put yet another one in... After adjusting the fast idle the rough downshift/lockup is gone completely, and is actually smoother than ever. Things I have considered: 1. There is a significant vacuum leak that began when I cleaned the throttle body which is the root cause of the high idle. 2. I didn’t allow enough time to let the ECU readjust for the newly cleaned throttle body. 3. I removed enough metal during cleaning (maroon scotchbrite) that the baffle is permanently passing more air and the factory fast idle setting is no longer useful. I’m shooting in the dark with this and need someone to shine a light.
  8. Very cool I don’t know of any brick and mortar stores like that around my neck of the woods but I will source some high quality polycarbonate like you suggested. Thanks!

Welcome to NPORA Forums

 

Please register to gain full access to the forum.

Make sure you read the Forum Guidelines and don't forget to post a new intro in the New People Start Here! section, to say hi too everyone.

 

-NPORA

×
×
  • Create New...