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Duralast Idle Air Control Valve AC131Shop All Duralast
Part # AC131
SKU # 68620
Price Not Available
Port Outside Diameter
Gasket Or Seal Included
Each idle air control valve is a direct-fit replacement that replaces OE damaged units to prevent vehicles from having excessive or very low idle speed. Every air control valves contains a high strength stepping motor that produces the highest output torques and a shielded ball bearing in the motor which resists the environmental contaminate; resulting in a prolonged life and superior performance in harsh environments. Each idle air control valve undergo load testing to ensure the actuator delivers a force greater than actual load for extra durability and peak performance. OE quality connectors and terminals ensure peak conductivity and proper connection to the engine wire harness.
- When not replaced, vehicle could experience high or low idle, engine dies at idle and/or severe high idle possibly causing internal engine damage and safety issues
- Regulates the amount of air entering the engine during idle
- Exclusive air flow testing ensures consistent performance
- Global coverage for import and/or domestic applications
- Designed to meet or exceed OE specifications in form, fit and function
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