1999 Tahoe MAP Sensor Causing Fast Idle?

Answer The 1999 Chevy Tahoe was offered with a 5.7-liter eight-cylinder engine with an automatic transmission and four-wheel-drive for all three trim levels. The MAP sensor relays a voltage signal to the ... Read More »

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How to Fix a Rough Idle on a 2002 Chevy Tahoe?

Several things may cause a rough idle on the 2002 Chevy Tahoe, but the most common is in the tune up. Depending on which ignition system you have -- the standard distributor, or the distributorless... Read More »

What Is Causing My 1999 Ford F-150 to Miss?

A finely tuned F-150 purrs down the road getting you from point A to point B in no time flat. An engine out of time misfires, runs rough and makes driving difficult. If your F-150 is misfiring and ... Read More »

Is My Idle Air Control Sensor Bad?

The idle air control sensor or valve on an automobile controls the idle speed of the motor. It is also called an idle speed control, automatic idle speed motor and idle speed control solenoid. The ... Read More »

How to Change the Idle Air Control Valve on a 1999 F-150?

Before replacing the idle air control valve on your 1999 F-150, test it to make sure it is the valve that is actually causing the idling problem. The ohms measurement between the two electrical ter... Read More »