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I cannot lower the rpm under 1200 on a civic 1988 twin carby! accel. cable ok! idle screw out all the way! what can be the problem? please help!!!!

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Probably a vacuum leak check all vaccum tubes going to intake assembly. Also look at throttle body plate with intake tube off and make sure it is closing all the way.

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