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#1 (permalink) Old 07-29-2008, 09:06 PM
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Hi we recently got a 2002 Rio. Our problem is sometimes when you start it will idle fine at first, the next time it doesnt want to idle and will stall out. (more not wanting to idle then idling good) We had it put on a computer and the guy said the computer was reading that the air coming in to the motor was reading 40 below???? He said it needed an air temp. sensor. We bought one and put it on and nothing changed.

Does anyone have some other good ideas to try...please help!

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Could be your idle sensor. Front right wheel well.
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it could be the TPS (IAC) that mite be a problem remove it and clean. its a common problem on the rio
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ok will check both of those ...thanks you guys are awesome.

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I'm having the same issues right now with 02. Did the 2 tips work for you Twinkey?
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no sorry they didnt...but now the check engine light is going on and off...so I am going to have my husband see what it shows now and I will let you all know the outcome.
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The check light is on and this is what it shows now, we tested it with a hand held computer this time at home since we didnt have any luck with the one at the shop that we had to pay money for.

Manufacturing control fuel air metering
System too lean (bank 1)
TPS pedal position sensor A CKT Range/Perf
Cylinder 1 misfire detected
Cylinder 4 misfire detected
Cylinder 2 misfire detected
Random/Multiple cylinder misfire
Cylinder 3 misfire detected

Anyone know what this means, or have a clue on what to do next....thanks to all for your help.

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Did anyone replace sparkplugs or get water on ignition wires?
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spark plugs are new

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This MIGHT be the fix for you. I've mentioned this before for others and may seem to simple BUT--be sure the Plugs were gapped at .028 to .030 before being installed,most plugs come out of the box at around .040-.045 which is to much of a gap for the Rio. Also the plug wires are all bunched up together, I had a mis-fire problem and being sure the were dry sprayed them with silicone solved that problem. Give it a try,it might be a free fix. BTW The thickness of the average credit card is .030 so you can use that to set your plugs, don't even need to buy a gauge.

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