I have been experiencing rough idle and a little sputtering just as I press down on the throttle. Runs fine once I'm up over about 900 - 1000 RPM.
I've seen Jerry, Wheelin98TJ, and others post recommendations to clean the IAC plunger, and I'm finally trying to get to it tonight.
Here is the picture of the throttle body Wheelin98 posted in another thread, and it looks pretty much the same as the picture in my FSM:
My problem is this: notice that where the label points to Idle Air Control Module, the arrow points directly at one of two Torx screws that are supposed to hold the IAC to the throttle body. My IAC does not have these screws.
And no, they're not missing - there are no holes for these screws. I see where the IAC is two pieces, with one side cast into the throttle body. Does the IAC module thread into the throttle body on my 2005?
I don't want to force anything, and I don't want to remove the TB if I can avoid it and then have to replace the gasket.
Your guidance is much appreciated.