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Old 06-07-2009, 01:28 PM
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Question location of idle air control valve

can anyone help me out on the location of the idle air control valve by telling me where its at or a picture location, thanks for the help...
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5.4 or 4.6 or 4.2?

on 5.4 it's part of the throttle body...not sure on the other motors
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4.6. i looked everywhere but cant find it
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Here is what it looks like
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The last two pics are from the 4.6 mustang. From; Ford Mustang IAC IAB - Solving your idle problems
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normal 2v 4.6 is slightly different from that 4v Cobra motor you posted Shorebird

did that part carry over to the F-150 from the Mustangs? or did Ford re-design the wheel like they usually do



edit: wait, is that a 96 era Cobra?
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Not sure where it's on the 4.6's but on my 02 5.4 I knew all to well where it was and it was a major PITA to get to.
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Yes Tylus. however the IAC will be on the throttle body in the air path between the MAF and the manifold.
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None of the 04-08 truck have an IAC they are all fly by wire So the throttle body does it all. It doesent matter 4.6 5.4 or 4.2 all fly by wire.
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Where can I buy the throttle body for 2006 f150 4.6 CHeap??
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Can I just clean it up??
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You can try cleaning it good if that doesn't work check out the local junkyard for a used one.
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