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Where is the Idle Air Control Valve Located under the hood?

I looked at recent answers that said to look at the throttle body. I don't have the manual to my car anymore, so I have no clue as to where the throttle body is, let alone the Idle Air Control Valve.

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You may have build up in the intake where the throttle plate is, so it would have to be cleaned and the egr valve could be stuck or the purge canister may be defective. It could be a vachum line off the engine somewhere or even loose intake bolts or the egr valve is malfunctioning and needs to be replaced and or cleaned.

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