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Throttle assembly i have a 1988 Honda civic 3 door 1.5l .the spring on the throttle housing shaft broke .i have another one but i am unable to find out how many times to rotate the spring witch attaches to the throttle plate that the cable is attached to and where do i clip the end that goes to the throttle plate.

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WELL IT TURNS OUT YOU NEED TO ROTATE THE SPRING TWO ROTATIONS AND CLIP IT TO THE THROTTLE PLATE THAT ATTACHES TO THE THROTTLE CABLE

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Fig. Fig. 1: Disconnect the blower motor wires from the blower motor resistor-1988 Escort
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