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Subaru Liberty auto 2004 problem with idling....doesn't stall but sounds like it might at any moment. Drives okay at normal/high speed. Just had the 100km sv done and that didn't fix the problem (mechanic thought it was plugs). Three mechanics and auto electrician completely baffled. Anyone with any ideas - please help!!!!

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I would say the idle control valve

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