No......., its:jump up and down twice, hit the dash 3 times, honk the horn once, and drive around the block.
Ummm, now your "scaring" me a bit Richard. Disconnect the 12v battery :?:2hybrids said:This maybe one of the things I'm looking for!!! John - how do you open the 12V circuit?
I seriously doubt that. And welcome to the wonderful world of commumication limited to the written word. We do have unreasonable expectations of consistant understading in here. Hope you understood my reply in jest. ( = razz )2hybrids said:Jeez man, I'm an idiot.
Worked for me when I learned to fly, ...cept it was on the back side of the visor :lol: Even when flying with the company pilot (nice big twin turbo fan), he did the same thing; flip down the visor...check....check....checkif I need instructions taped to my dash
I think it's, "Check the position of the stars, kill a chicken and walk three times sunwise around your car chanting: "Oh mighty Prince of Darkness protect your unworthy servant."No......., its:
Key on, no start;
Fully depress accelerator 3x in 5sec;
Dash light will then flash 3x;
Then your done.......... :lol:
.....wait.........., that's oil change reset on GM :shock:
The hex headed throttle stop screw shouldn't normally be changed because it also sets the TPS sensor idle output voltage [0.48 volt].what book are you using? My '00 FSM dosent have that..
That said I see a few problems. How can the car start/run if the 80a fuse is removed, the batt wire removed from fuse box etc?
You remove the battery cable or fuse for 10-20 seconds and then connect it back up.
The idle is set 2 ways. the set screw on the TB (shouldnt ever need to be messed with) and the IAC motor-which is a set paramiter of the ECM and adjusts based on rpm, load, map, temp, and who knows what else. A APPS (or drive by wire) system would need a re-learn, but we dont have that.