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crediblethreat
post 7th June 2019 10:36
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Hey there everyone i got a small problem with my Alfa Romeo 145 1.4 16V T.S

When i turn the steering wheel and lock it left or right the idle/RPM goes up an down by itself. I've uploaded a video on YouTube so you guys can see what it actually does.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kURu9fWgGkc

NOTE: The idle/RPM goes up an down even if i don't turn the steering wheel..any advices on what it could be?

Thanks in advance !

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STEVIE BOY
post 7th June 2019 16:40
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QUOTE(crediblethreat @ 7th June 2019 11:36) *
Hey there everyone i got a small problem with my Alfa Romeo 145 1.4 16V T.S

When i turn the steering wheel and lock it left or right the idle/RPM goes up an down by itself. I've uploaded a video on YouTube so you guys can see what it actually does.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kURu9fWgGkc

NOTE: The idle/RPM goes up an down even if i don't turn the steering wheel..any advices on what it could be?

Thanks in advance !



It's usually a new mass airflow sensor is required or idle control valve.
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Ganz
post 8th June 2019 21:01
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QUOTE(STEVIE BOY @ 7th June 2019 17:40) *
It's usually a new mass airflow sensor is required or idle control valve.


Agreed.


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alfizta
post 9th June 2019 11:22
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I would look for vacuum leaks in the intake tract first, between the AFM and the engine.
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