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Did you leave it unplugged for at least ten minutes? There is something about after you plug it all back ...



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Old 06-22-2017, 12:36 AM
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Did you leave it unplugged for at least ten minutes? There is something about after you plug it all back in to turn the key to on and press the gas pedal to full throttle a few times then start it and drive it.

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Old 06-22-2017, 09:09 AM
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Here is the post I mentioned from Arska2. I didn't know how to link it, so I copied and pasted. This is the most detailed I've seen.


"Voltage is adjusted by the small screw on the right upper side.

Below you can read the instruction how i solved my idling and shifting problem on my QC :

How To reset the shifting and idle with an aftermarket Throttle Body:

1. Disconnect all three PCM connectors for about 10 minutes. By doing this, you are erasing the PCM adaptive memory. The PCM is located on the firewall directly above and behind the passenger side front wheel.

2. Disconnect the TPS (throttle position sensor) on the driver’s side of the throttle body. Ensure all wire connections are correct.

3. Disconnect the IAC (idle air control motor) on the air plenum located on the passenger side directly behind the air filter. Ensure all wire connections are correct.

4. With the PCM disconnected, make sure the throttle cable and throttle linkage is adjusted properly for wide-open throttle. The driver’s floor mat should be removed as it can inhibit accelerator pedal travel.

5. After wide-open throttle is verified or adjusted, reconnect the PCM, TPS and IAC connectors after 10 minutes has elapsed from the start of this procedure.

6. Turn the key to the "on" position, but DO NOT start the engine.

7. With the drivers floor mat out of the truck, slowly press the accelerator to full throttle, then repeat. By doing this, you are showing the TPS (throttle position sensor) full throttle. Without this information in the PCM, it will not correctly calculate how to make the engine run properly.

8. Turn the key off then start the truck without touching the accelerator.

9. Let the engine idle for approximately 2-3 minutes.

10. After idling, drive easy, then progressively harder over the course of about 10-20 minutes.

11. The truck will drive differently during the first 20-40 miles because the PCM is learning the new adaptives.

Stolen from another forum years ago and it worked on my and other trucks ! "


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Old 06-22-2017, 11:12 AM
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I'm gonna try this, I removed the iac and cleaned it also, just sprayed it and lightly cleaned it, cause if you wiggle it the plunger will screw up, on that post it doesn't say anything about the battery being disconnected
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Old 06-22-2017, 11:25 AM
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Well I'm still having this issue, I just disconnected the battery cables and all 3 pcm plugs, touched the battery cables and plugged the pcm back in and cables back on, is there another thing I need to do before I restart it ?
Do you have access to a scan tool?
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I'm gonna try this, I removed the iac and cleaned it also, just sprayed it and lightly cleaned it, cause if you wiggle it the plunger will screw up, on that post it doesn't say anything about the battery being disconnected

I don't think your cleaning the IAC correctly. I seemed to remember having to pull the plunger all the way out to free it up.. I got this older post from
JTS venom performance about idle hang.

"pull the iac , clean the port pull the iac pintle all the way out to reset, then reinstall, from there its clean and reset.

unles you have an aftermarket tb, the tps or iac could be the culprit,

if an aftermarket tb, it could be a number of things, but we found reseting the iac fixes most"
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Had a similar issue. Did all the above.
Ended up being a vacuum leak, cracked 5/16 hose under under the intake manifold.
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Do you have access to a scan tool?
I'm not getting a code or what do I need it for ?
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I don't think your cleaning the IAC correctly. I seemed to remember having to pull the plunger all the way out to free it up.. I got this older post from
JTS venom performance about idle hang.

"pull the iac , clean the port pull the iac pintle all the way out to reset, then reinstall, from there its clean and reset.

unles you have an aftermarket tb, the tps or iac could be the culprit,

if an aftermarket tb, it could be a number of things, but we found reseting the iac fixes most"
I have another dodge, trust me twisting the plunger will screw it up !
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Yeah, never pull or push on that plunger on the iAC, once you do that thing its toast and you'll need a new one period.
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I'm not getting a code or what do I need it for ?
So you can see your data for iac and tps and you can just reset the info for the tb and don't have to Un hook everything . Now every time you start it will be learning and adjusting everything. Min tps volts and iac counts that is all the info you need.
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