Actually auxillary air valve is correct. Its the round shaped metal device that sits on top of the intake mainfold. It has two large hoses attatched to it and an electrical connector on it. Inside is an electrical motor that opens and closes an gate valve that supplies additional air while the cold start injector is running. If it is not working properly, the engine will run way to rich while the cold start injector is operating, resulting in a no fast idle when the car is started. Also the engine seems to run at a higher idle when it warms up. I have recently replace mine due the problems stated above with a junkyard variety that cost me 16 bucks. A great bargain considering the over 60 dollar price for a new one. I'd suggest going that route, its very easy to replace, 2 bolts, two hoses and an electrical connector.
Jay Zyo2001 wrote: