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Thread: ISC RPM Out Of Range

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    88_Deville_Executive is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    ISC RPM Out Of Range

    I apologize if someone already posted this before, but my 88 Deville 4.5 is getting an E30 error. I found that it means ISC RPM Out Of Range... but what does "that" mean? How or what needs to be done to affect this and what issues can this error cause?

    Thanks



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    Re: ISC RPM Out Of Range

    I would maybe think you ISC motor has gone bad. My car was giving me that code and rur would gain speed at idle. At stop lights I was straining to keep the car stopped. I replace that ISC motor and adjusted it and car seems fine since......well besides my other probs.

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    88_Deville_Executive is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: ISC RPM Out Of Range

    Thanks for the info... whats funny with mine, is that it idles great, does not surge, etc. I had a 91 Seville that did just what you described.

    With this car, I cleared the codes.. and once again it gives the error. Heck, it even passed DEQ recently with flying colors. Its just odd!

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    carnut is offline Cadillac Owners Master
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    Re: ISC RPM Out Of Range

    I've seen this error corrected by replacing the throttle return spring! Over the years, it weakens and the throttle wont come to full rest against the ISC at times so the computer sees curb idle above range, setting the code. Get the dual spring from a Cad dealer. Years ago there was an advisory bulletin on this very thing.


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