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Old 03-11-2004, 08:59 AM   #11
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Hmmm that is weird. I don't think an alternator could cause idle issues like that, but of course none of us are there to witness it either :) I'd agree with the IAC replacement anyways, those little guys can get pretty crusty after lots of use.


I just clean TB and when i did this i pulled all sensor'* out and cleaned them and there is nothing on it(looks like new).
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You cleaned your SENSORS? Which sensors, and what did you clean them with?
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