I didn't know a 2zz was ever offered with an auto. Kinda cool for non-stick shift drivers I guess.
We like stick shifts at our house. My wife drives a stick VUE, I have 2 GT's and had 2 different 5-speed base Vibes in the past as well as a stick prizm (1zz motor), stick civic, stick crx, several stick Saturn SL's, '75 400 4-speed Formula Firebird, '69 427 4-speed Corvette, 69 Triumph GT-6 4 speed, 4 Datsun stick shifts including a 240z, 260z and 2 280z's, Fiat spider convertable stick shift, etc, etc. Best experience with a stick shift ever however was doing ten laps around Dover Downs in a Winston cup car. Sorry for rambling, just took a trip down memory lane there.
I'm thinking this is the way to go. Why pay $250+ for dealer part or even $150 from rock auto?
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Under $50 and claims to be both base and gt compatible. Probably is.
My GT is running nice, no hunting up and down rpm or really high rpm like I had on the last one but just likes to idle around 1650 rpm or so even warmed up. I removed the iac and cleaned it pretty darn good I thought. After still getting the code I ran a bunch of carb spray thru it while the vibe was running. To do this you have to remove the intake pipe right at the throttle body. Car won't stay running this way unless you disconnect the mass air flow sensor as well. With it idling I sprayed down into the throat of the throttle body where the opening is for the idle air bypass. Kept spraying while opening the throttle butterfly as well so that the iac would close as well as open again as the butterfly closed. Once you are done you'll have more codes to clear since the maf was disconnected, intake air temp was not getting fed, etc.