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Suzuki Swift Revs too high

My 1989 Suzuki swift Revs at 3000 rpms and will not move until it slows to about 1500 rpms which takes 5-7 mins.  How do I fix this and is it just a throttle problem?

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Change the throttle,grease the acceleration parts

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http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/mmp/suzuki~swift~repair_manual~parts.html

Autozone carries the Haynes manual, but probably don't have what you need in stock.

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