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Old 07-09-2013, 04:41 PM   #1
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2004 PZEV motor with p2004 code

according to my local mech the IMRC is stuck open. im not even sure how this works. i found out that there are 2 of them on top of the intake and i am very curious on if there should be any air coming out of them when plugged and blown through? if so than i dont know what it could be or how to fix it. if not i tried capping the end that already had a cap on it and the car lost power about 3 miles down the road. any suggestions or questions i can answer on how to fix this?


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Old 07-09-2013, 04:57 PM   #2
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The IMRC is the intake manifold runner controle , not sure what you mean plugged and blown through , they work off of RPM and load when you have met this criteria the manifold runner switches

You have a solenoid and a switch motor , I would check fuses , make sure you have voltage to the solenoid and vacuum

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do a search first ? check link first in long list.
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thanks to both of you:) i will try that tomorrow afternoon and ill come back with a result:)
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