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Where is the idle control valve/sensor.

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Are you talking about the Idle Stop Switch? if so it is located on the carburetor, above the throttle linkage. If you are talking about the Idle Stop Solenoid then it is located on the right side of the carburetor near the throttle linkage.

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SOURCE: 1995 dodge dakota v6 rough

have you ckecked your fuel filter and also fuel injectors.and have you changed your air filter

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