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Idle adjustment notice loose connection at drive side cam sensor adjusted pin fit
DID YOU CHANGE AIR FILTER,CLEAN THROTTLE BODY THEN TRY TO BRING UP LOW IDLE IS A SET SCREW.IF NOT COULD BE IAC SENSOR.
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