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2005 toyota gt

Joined: Jan 2016
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bradenton, Florida
Feb 23, 10:32pm - #451053 
Idle air control valve

So i have a 2005 gt and the iacv is dying on it I've cleaned it out a few times and it fixes the problem for a while but it always comes back. now my question is whats the difference between the gt and the gts iacv, can i use a gts on a gt. I'm asking because i'm finding more gts parts than gt and they are much more affordable. i'd really appreciate any input before i spend $200

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2008 Scion tC

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Feb 23, 11:27pm - #451054 
You've probably already seen this guide for the GTS:

In the following two diagrams, you can visually see that the GT/1ZZ-FE (d.1) and GTS/2ZZ-GE (d.2) have a different throttle body layout, and a different looking idle air control valve.

Click through the links on the image, and flip through the pages of the technical repair manual for the "IAC Valve Inspection" section (SFI, page SF-40)

diagram 1:
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diagram 2:
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