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1993 Toyota Corolla revs high and will stay that

1993 Toyota Corolla (carburetor type) revs high and will stay that way after a cold start. also the ignition is like loosing power and causes hard starts

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    HARD STAR THE WHEN STARTED ALSO HARD TO PICK UP REVS

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Automatic choke stuck on.Replace it the car is running to ritch.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

  • Jeremiah Roies Sep 24, 2013

    i was told it could be throttle control sensor

  • Jeremiah Roies Oct 10, 2013

    is that in yhe throttle body rights

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