Please help. Throttle Plate stop screw.

Discussion in '1998 - 2011 Ford Ranger' started by curt, Jul 10, 2009.

  1. curt

    curt New Member

    Not knowing I shouldn't have, I adjusted the throttle plate stop screw on my 98 2.5 Ranger.

    I read that in the event that happens, simply to unplug the Idle Control Valve and adjust the idle to about 800 RPM.
    Then plug the ICV back in.

    I did just that and it seems to be running fine

    Is that the proper way to set the throttle stop screw?
    If not, what is?

    Thanks in advance.
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  3. OP

    curt New Member

    Some great responses so far.
    Keep em coming!
  4. Jon

    Jon Administrator

    Sorry man...we are still a pretty small site, so sometimes it take a little time to get responses.
  5. OP

    curt New Member

    Just kidding.

    No worries, I'm a patient person.

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