Mopar OEM Idle Air Control (IAC) Motor, 03-05 Neon SRT-4

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Model Number: 220234
If you have a 2003-2005 Dodge SRT-4 and are having the following problems listed below, its very likely that you need to replace your IAC motor on your throttle body.

  • Does your car have a problem holding idle ?
  • When you come to a stop after driving, does your cars rpms fall, and does the engine nearly die ?
  • If you said yes, then its very likely that the IAC motor that controls the amount of air going to your motor when your throttle body is closed may need to be replaced. its fairly easy to replace with only one bolt holding it in place, and with this being so inexpensive there's no need to buy a used one when you can have a brand new, MOPAR unit from Modern Performance !

    Please also note: we have had a lot of customers buy inferior auto parts stores that are generic brand and they continue to have problems. Its not worth your time to buy NON MOPAR engine sensors that are critical to the proper running of your engine. In the end you'll end up replacing the generic sensors more often, and or they wont solve the problem. Buy the original MOPAR equipment and know you have a good quality sensor.

    $90.20
    • Allen
      Will the iac sensor ALS cause a stall from time to time ?
      1 Answer
      • customer service rep

        We're not sure what ALS is, but we can tell you if your IAC motor is bad it will cause a poor idle, or the car will not be able to idle. Also, you'll notice when decelerating, coming up to a stop sign that your car may drop in rpms below where it should idle, and then surge up.
    • Anonymous
      Is the IAC the same for the regular neon and srt-4 neons?
      1 Answer
      • customer service rep

        No, the IAC is not the same between 2.0 00-05 Neons and the 03-05 Dodge SRT4.
    • Ivan
      Would this IAC valve would fit the pt cruiser gt turbo?
      1 Answer
      • Customer Service Rep

        No, this will not fit the PT/GT Cruiser. Its a very similar piece, however the connector is angled differently.
    • Jeff
      Would this be the solution for hanging idle when coming to a stop as well? Assuming no vacuum tube leaks.
      1 Answer
      • Customer Service Rep

        A hanging idle, or surging idle when you come to a stop can be caused by :
        1) Iac motor
        2) Iac wiring
        3) Throttle position sensor
        4) Throttle position sensor wiring
        5) Vacuum leak

        It could be any of those, the quickest thing for you to do would be to shake the wiring going into the IAC and TPS to see if that makes a difference, if it does, then replace the wiring. If it doesnt, then check for vacuum leaks or hissing noises when car is idling with hood open, and or replace iac/tps sensors.
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