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Car starts first time then cuts out revs run low

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Find and replace your idle control valve. It should be located on the side of the motor at the back.

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Hi, we got same prob and its a certain valve that will need replacing.it will cost you about £70 pounds.its to do with emisions or something...hope this helps,good luck!

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