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My dihatsu appouse has a bad idoling problem its like it wants to die then revs back up

Have clean spark leads and new spark plugs and pushed spark plug leads down proply have cleaned throtle bodie and bought new air filter have changed oil and new oil filter cleaned out exshaust the only thing i havent done it bought new fuel filters or leads what should i go for next as i puzzled dont no wat to do

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  • Jamie Alton
    Jamie Alton Nov 07, 2012

    Did you check the idle control valve?

  •  dan mcnaughton
    dan mcnaughton Nov 07, 2012

    know a bit about car but not much where would u find the idle control valve

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CHECK MASS AIRFLOW SENSOR

Posted on Nov 07, 2012

  •  dan mcnaughton
    dan mcnaughton Nov 07, 2012

    is that the sensor that sits on the side of the throtle body the one with the wires connected to it

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