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My 1989Pathfinder has been having problems for months. I can't figure out why the idle is surging (2000-2700 up and down). I've rebuilt the throttle body, replaced the mixture heater, the IACV, the wax type elements, amd cleaned the EGR. I have new plugs and I'm certain I don't have a vacuum leak anywhere. Could this be an ECM problem? Any ideas are worth trying
Can someone out there talk to me about 1) the Resistor and condenser (105E) located in the Engine Control Harness (Page EL-101 of the Service Manual). Mine has melted exposing two connections; one broken completely, but doesn't seem to be effect anything. I'd love to replace the unit if I could only find one or somebody who knows a work-a-round. 2) Also the Pressure Relief Value, located on the end of the high flexible hose near the compressor has ruptured. Can it be replaced or do I have to get a complete high flexible hose assembly?