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    #1961
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnM View Post
    Pasilip mo compressor most likely yun ang umiingay.
    yup, compressor bearing....

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    #1962
    good pm po sa inyo mga ka tropa! newbie lang po ako sa car, and this is my first car mitsubishi glxi 1995..ask ko lang mga master..ano po ba ang advantage ng naka bypass ang servo for aircon? and pano po ito gawin? TIA!

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    #1963
    Most cars use an IACV (Intake Air Control Valve aka servo) that keeps your idle stable with or without load (aircon, power steering, lights, etc). The Itlog's servo is not as bullet proof as JDM servos (or later designs like the Pizza) and when they fail the engine can't compensate for the additional load and the idle revs will drop. If you're lucky all you'll need are replacement plastic gears. If you're not replacement servos are not cheap.

    The bypass commonly uses a Toyota idle up that is electrically connected to the compressor switch. The switch opens and closes an air valve that feeds additional air into the intake which increases revs when needed. This workaround only compensates for aircon load. It does not compensate for power steering, lights or AT in D while waiting at the stoplight.

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    #1964
    Salamat po Sir JohnM and Sir 1D4LV...ipapacheck ko po this saturday..Thanks again..

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    #1965
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnM View Post
    Most cars use an IACV (Intake Air Control Valve aka servo) that keeps your idle stable with or without load (aircon, power steering, lights, etc). The Itlog's servo is not as bullet proof as JDM servos (or later designs like the Pizza) and when they fail the engine can't compensate for the additional load and the idle revs will drop. If you're lucky all you'll need are replacement plastic gears. If you're not replacement servos are not cheap.

    The bypass commonly uses a Toyota idle up that is electrically connected to the compressor switch. The switch opens and closes an air valve that feeds additional air into the intake which increases revs when needed. This workaround only compensates for aircon load. It does not compensate for power steering, lights or AT in D while waiting at the stoplight.
    ahh ganun pala yun! Thanks Master JohnM! naintindihan ko na..sana di kau magsawa sa kasasagot ng mga tanong naming mga newbie sa car..lalo na dito sa lancer..Salamat po!

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    #1966
    Happy to help. We were all n00bs before and we know the "lost" feeling

    Try back reading if you have time. Your questions might have been answered before.

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    #1967
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    idle-up circuit, baka disconnected.
    saan po makikita idle up circuit? pasensya na po newbie lg sa cars....

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    #1968
    Quote Originally Posted by cmm0520 View Post
    saan po makikita idle up circuit? pasensya na po newbie lg sa cars....
    Ewan lang, ha?... Pero... ang alam ko'ng idle-up ay vacuum type. Circuit kasi is electronic. Bwahahaha... pasensya at GLXi ang akin. Bilog po yan sya na may hose papuntang carb sa isang side, at sa kabila ay isang lever na may hinahatak na bagay na nakakabit sa acceleration cable. Same mechanism sa mga L300 and Hyundai Grace.

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    #1969
    Quote Originally Posted by pyro25 View Post
    good pm po sa inyo mga ka tropa! newbie lang po ako sa car, and this is my first car mitsubishi glxi 1995..ask ko lang mga master..ano po ba ang advantage ng naka bypass ang servo for aircon? and pano po ito gawin? TIA!
    Ang IAC (Idle Air Controller/SERVO) ng mga itlog ay unique na composed of small plastic gears, plunger, temp sensor, and controller IC. Mahal po ang brand new nito (around 10K-15K) depende sa TATAGA sa'yo. Ang servo po ay repairable with repair kits available in most auto parts (850K Php). An IAC has a mechanical and electronic parts. This is only need to be replaced if it is burned. Why?--if servo is not responding electronically, you can always replace the HAL circuit; If gears are broken, repair kits is what you need.

    IAC vs Toyota idle-up convert:

    The idle-up is a vacuum controlled parts in which will open if being sucked. IAC is controlled by the ECU. Idle should be lean mix and rich mix in certain rpm. With IAC working, fuel efficiency is achieved. For idle-ups, similar function with IAC but the ECU has no control over it. Idle-ups are dependent in vacuum pressure. Idle-up wil make your car idle wonderfully, but how about during acceleration?

    I do not say idle-ups is useless, I just do not recommend it. You have a problem with your servo, have it fixed! If they say it's impossible to fix, go to another shop... IAC servo motor is 1K PhP. Repair kit (850 PhP) includes all the gears with gaskets. IAC HAL circuit--hanap ka na lang ng sirang servo at bilhin mo yung electronic part. Kadalasan kasi, kung erratic idle, servo agad ang sasabihin ng mekaniko. Bibili ka naman ng servo. San mo dadalhin yung lumang servo? Bawat pyesa nun ay may halaga.

    Ngayon... Convert ka na nga!

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    #1970
    Naghahanap po ako ng Stock Resonator ng Lancer Itlog 93-96. Kailangan lang po talaga. Back to stock kasi ako. Salamat po.

    Yung mura lang po. Tight budget lang. In good condition sana.

    Paki text na lang po ako 09361198689. Salamat po.

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