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Idle Hi, I own a non Turbo 87 rx7. The other day it was running fine, than after i got gas and start it back up, it won't idle unless i keep my foot on the gas pedal, and accelerator is extremely slow, I just replaced the fuel filter, fuel pump. fuel pressure regulator. What else could this problem be? Thanks

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