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I just got a new IAC and was wondering if I can just remove the old one and drop this one right in without any adjusting or resetting?

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Seeing how it is just a sensor with no mechanical moving parts that connect to anything, I'd say your good to go. However, I would probably do a reset by disconnecting the computer power (orange wire). Couldn't hurt.
 

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Hmm.. the IAC is definitly a moving part, an important one at that.

I would replace the IAC and start the car. Check IAC counts via scanmaster and note quality of idle.

Go from there, whether it needs resetting or not. Chances are it will be fine.

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Idle air control valve.

Just turn the key to the 'on' position, not 'start', for 5 seconds then turn it off for 5 seconds before you start the car for real.

Check the IACV counts with a scan tool also.
 
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