Originally Posted by Torque454
OK i went out to test it and couldn't figure out how to get the probe on the sensor wires without poking a hole in the wires insulation. So I just disconnected it. It wouldn't idle but it seemed to possibly run better. It certainly didn't run any worse, except of course for not idling. It did however seem to still rev up and down for the second or so that it did idle before stalling so I suspect there is another problem, but I do think the TPS is bad as well.
Dont bother its not electrical. If the iac was bad it would not move around and run the same speed all the time. Its moving cause it is clogged and rpm goes down faster than the computer can tune. So it keeps trying to adjust:pimp the iac to keep the engine running at its programmed rpm but that position is jammed up with carbon and oil goo so it just keeps hunting as its commonly called.