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Throttle Body Cooling Lines

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by Accordturbo94, Jul 3, 2003.

  1. Accordturbo94

    Accordturbo94 Senior Member

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    Hey Whats up I was just wondering what would happen if you were to take off the coolant lines that run through the throttle body on an h22?? What exactly do they do! They come off the thermostat houseing and one runs to the throttle body and than one out of the throotle body goes to some other piece on the manifold and than back to another spot on the thermostat housing! Any Ideas
     
  2. jason

    jason Junior Member

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    i would leave them alone. the solinoid on the manifold is the idle control solinoid. and the one on the bottom of the throttlebody is the startup high idle valve. they both work together for your car to idle proper. if you bypass them, your sensors will think that your car is cold and will run a rich mixture all the time.
     
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