Question about Volkswagen Eurovan
First look for a vacuum leak in all the vacuum hoses leading to the throttle body and on the intake manifold itself. Sometimes it helps to use a piece of hose as a makeshift stethoscope to listen for tell-tale hissing at the site of a leak. If no leaks are found the problem could lie in a faulty idle air control valve
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