- May 6, 2013
- Reaction score
- City, State
- King George, VA
- Year, Model & Trim Level
- 2016 Explorer Platinum
Also.... the purge canister solenoid valve's wire harness is missing the clip that holds it into place securely.
I doubt this is a problem, but I know there is a hose that connects the canister to underneath the throttle body. Is there in any way some sort of function that could be crappy on this purge canister in any way, vacuum or electrical, that would cause stalling?
Furthermore... can you give me a list of sensors available to unplug? TPS, IAC, MAF, x..?
Lastly, is the stem on the bottom of the throttle body that connects to the purge canister a vacuum stem too? I could try plugging that as well?
Oh, and one more thing....
Let's say through cleaning the IAC or throttle body.. could I have caused any permanent damage to anything somehow that you can think of? In other words, by spraying throttle body cleaner direclty into the intake manifold holes that are behind the IAC valve when you remove it?
the first time I removed the IAC to clean it, there was some sort of oily substance (probably oil) behind it.. so I would imagine the intake manifold contains some of this as well?
I haven't read this entire thread yet, but have you replaced the IAC?
No, there's nothing to damage by squirting cleaner into the passages.