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Jeep starts but races like throttle is to the floor. even if you hold your hand completely over the throttle housing it still races.

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Remove the throttle cable and take a look at the throttle plate...make sure it's closed all the way. Spray it down with carb cleaner. Make sure that the cable moves freely and is not binding...replace it if it dosen't. If you have cruise control check those cables as well.
That should fix it...if not get back to me.
Good luck.

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Fig. Fig. 1: TBI fuel pressure regulator

  1. Remove the throttle body assembly from the vehicle as outlined in this section.

WARNING To prevent spring pressure release, hold the regulator housing against the throttle body while removing the mounting screws.
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