I would still bet that is is the idle air solenoid on the throttle body. Not hard to remove and clean with a can of carburetor cleaner and a toothbrush.tripleniple said:Good I'm glad to here it is safe. I wonder if that will help my stalling issue. And the rough idling.
All current injectors are designed & tested with low ethanol concentrations (10-15%). MOST of them are fine with E85 (not necessarily the rest of the fue system). 100% ethanol is impossible, it is hygroscopic and will immediately start sucking water out of the air, 98% is the best you can do. The lower concentrations are actually more corrosive than the pure stuff. Methanol is much more corrosive and since nobody is considering it as a pump fuel anymore no one is designing in compatibility. You are on your own with methanol.crashmasterd said:Gotta question Doc:
Assuming you know what you're talking about, how would most modern factory fuel injectors hold up to 100% ethenol on a regular basis? I've got some buddies that drag race on straight alcohol, but they're all using Hilborn systems. I know next to nothing about them.
Just for information sake you understand. Not that I'm thinking anything.