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High idle when warmed up 2000 toyota corolla

High idle temp guage reading half way no engine light i did get engine light when i unplug map sensor also i wanted to die any suggestions the ect is hard to change and what is the sesor a the end off the head pass side front

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  • mustangsmore Jan 01, 2009

    i already checked vacuum leaks thanks

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May have vacume leak .unpluging map sensor will set a code light.

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