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Where is my IAC located? I need to replace it asap.

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Found a gr8 rescouce of info on this website: http://www.acura-legend.com/vbulletin/f13/diy-iac-cleaning-85010/
Step by step instructions on how to clean the IAC. Not a bad site for Acura owners. Good luck on your repair!

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Fig. The IAC motor is usually mounted on the throttle body (click over image for zoom)

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