Absolutely not!!! The fluid has to go beyond the exchanger. Ask the process designer if it is a new project or the operating people on margin available in the downstream system to take advantage of additional pressure drop that might be available for you to design your exchanger. Mostly it would be guided by pressure drop required in the downstream piping and equipment post your exchanger, which otherwise is getting killed in control valve or so. happy designing.
1. Computer says "idle air control valve", so why didn't the mechanics fix it?
One likely reason your IAC is still a problem is because they were not trained on that issue and left it to their boss to assign the job to someone else in the shop. When doing a tune-up, idle speed is a specification that should be checked and adjusted if necessary. You can not do that and not know there is an IAC code. Getting rid of an IAC problem may mean nothing more than cleaning gum and varnish from the surface with a carb cleaner similar to how a throttle plate would be cleaned. It may have been overlooked by the boss so be polite and let them know they may have missed something on their checklist. If they give you static about it then there is little you can do but tell as many people as possible not to go to that shop. If they say the IAC needs replacement tell them you want the old part and get it written on the work order
2. Where is the IAC (Idle Air Control) valve located in the 2001 Chevy Monte Carlo?
If it became the IAC it could set a difficulty code and the broker could have chanced on it attempt checking the place the throttle plate closes in the throttle physique i guess there's a oil construct-up sparkling with a rag and a few carb purifier will do basically what you defined
3. is my idle air control valve bad?
The IAC is a command control device and with a scanner you can operate it at your own desire= increase or lower idle speed. There is also a device that is called an IAC tester which you plug into the IAC and connect the other ends of the tester to the battery. The motor is called a stepper motor and is controlled by counts. With this device you can operate the IAC either in or out of the vehicle. If testing when removed, put your thumb over the pintle to prevent it from being discharged out of the device. Only slight pressure is required to contain it. Suggest you seek some one that has a scanner with live data so you can observe what is taking place. Hope this helps. Oh please do not use a hammer as suggested
4. where is idle control valve and throttle positioning sensor on 2000 stratus (4 cylinder)?
Both are on or near the THROTTLE BODY. Buy a can of Gum-out spray. Remove the snorkel, the tube that goes from the air cleaner to the throttle body. The TPS is on the side of the throttle body. The AIC is usually UNDER the throttle body. Good luck!!.
5. how much is an industrial control valve?
try looking at mcmaster.com you can kind of get a overview of what they cost
6. Does my Idle Control Valve effect the Throttle Positioning Sensor?
NO IT COULD NOT. ASSUMING YOU DON"T HAVE A VACUUM LEAK, DO THIS STEP. TURN KEY ON AND OFF. TURN KEY ON AND START THE ENGINE. DRIVE THE VEHICLE ON THE FREEWAY FOR TEN MINUTES AND THAN COME TO A STOP. THIS SHOULD BE ENOUGH TIME FOR THE COMPUTER TO RELEARN THE IDLE SPEED CONTROL VALVE. THE IDLE SPEED SHOULD NOW IDLE NORMAL. IF IT STILL IDLE HIGH, YOU HAVE A VACUUM LEAK OR THE THROTTLE BODY IS FILL WITH CARBON DEPOSIT. WHAT CODE DID YOU GET FROM THE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT?
7. Where is the idle control valve in a 1990 Mazda 929?
it incredibly is the gasoline clear out certain maximum comon wont idle or dies at a provide up a million gasoline clear out 2 air clear out 3 mass air pass sensor not os sensors what style of a halfway shop did you are taking it to in the event that they didnt fix it why did you pay them