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take two ten mill bolts out

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Usual location is above the rear axle underneath the vehicle near the gas tank.

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SOURCE: 2002 dodge caravan idles very fast. when in park

look at your Idle Air Control Modual (IAC Valve) and most likeley have it replaced, or, check to see if anyone has tampered with your idle set screw on the butterfly valve on your intake air plenum. usually these have a tamper proof plug over them so probably not. i am unsure of the voltages for this modual on your vehicle so i would suggest taking to a mechanic. (note. be sure to check and make sure your IAC is running fine BEFORE tampering with your Idle set screw, this could cause your computer to re adjust to different situations then probably end up with bigger problems. if you feel like replacing your IAC by yourself go to then search for Idle Air Control, youll see which part looks like yours, then go replace it. but, not knowing this vehicle i reccomend taking it to your local Technitian for there could be other unknown causes to this problem.

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