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Cleaning/Testing Idle Air Valve

I have a 964 Idle Air valve (stabilizer) I think could stand some cleaning. Any tips on how to do this? Since it is electrical I doubt immersing it in carburetor cleaner is a good idea!

Also does this valve close all the way when not energized? This one has a small slit open at rest.
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No, I would not immerse. There is a technical article in Pelican how to clean a 993 ISV which appears identical to my 964. Very easy job, apply 12 volts when you are done and listen for the actuator to snap open and closed.

https://www.pelicanparts.com/techarticles/pcar_com/993_idle_stabilizer_valve_cleanout.htm
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Thank you.
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