Re: Ongoing roblem with my 93 sidekick someone help!!
Fastone is right. By throwing parts at your engine and cranking up the idle speed, you are actually doing more bad than good. Although now, that system is considered fairly old technologym it's still fairly complex to the untrained person. Not only is this costing you money is parts that you may not need, it may also cost more money now for a qualified tech. at a good shop to find the problem now. To me, it sounds like a TPS could cause you this problem, but it does have to be set up correctly. Also a faulty MAP sensor can cause a simular problem, (running very rich, and a very rough idle.) DO yourself a favour, take it to a good shop and spend the money to have someone fix it for you. You'll save money in the long run, and your 'kick will be more reliable.