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Comments about Wells Vehicle Electronics Idle Air Control Valve:
Required for proper idle. Idle had been running fast and would not idle down. Tested with an ohm meter as required by the book and iac was bad. Replaced with Wells product which I have used their products before and had proper operation and longevity with. A "lifetime " warranty shows the faith in the product and only takes 20 min. to install and remove. Marty S.
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Q:Hyundai elantra 2001 specifys ohm test on valve. Hyundai shop manual lists resistance between terminals 1 and 2 as 10.5 to 14 ohms and between terminals 2 and 3 as 10 to 12.5 ohms My wells ac4229 tests out at 1 and 2 is 18.7 ohms and terminals 2 and 3 as 17 ohms. The new valve is 4 ohms higher on both tests. The car idles at 3000 rpm. remove pigtail it runs 1100 rpm. There are no air leaks. Ideas please Marty S.
A:ASE parts specialist, I called wells [manufacturer] of the part and they said the new specs are ok new specs from company are 1 and 2 are 16.6-18.6 ohms and 2 to 3 14.5-16.5 ohms Marty mechanic PS They sent me a copy of their specs. So now I don't know what the problem is. Maybe ecm
A:I'm happy to help, Marty mechanic! I see that the idle speed control actuator for your 2001 Hyundai Elantra 2.0L L4 specifies the resistance between terminal 1 and 2 at 10.5 - 14 ohms and 2 and 3 at 10 - 12.5 ohms. It sounds like you may have a product that is defective. I suggest taking the part to your local Advance Auto Parts store with your receipt for an exchange.