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Acura Legend Idles very low and then it turns off

Hi I have a 1993 Acura legend the problem with it is that  after a boost it turns on but unless i dont keep pressing gas it will turn off. I put a new battery, it stayed on for five minutes without holding the gas pedal then it idled very low and it eventually died. the car runs great but as soon as i let go the gas pedal it will die. I am guessing its the alternator if anyone know the solution to this problem please let me know. any help is greatly appreciated. thank you

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Try cleaning the throtal plate with carb cleaner.

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Check the air and fuel filters, if dirty replace an try again

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