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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your iac idle air control valve they have a habit of building up carbon just at the opening where the valve seats the housing! If no signs of carbon build up then check your exhaust gas recirculation valve! Somewhere there could also be a major vacuum leak or a hose disconnected! If none of those conditions are the culprit then your ignition switch may need to be replaced but first make sure it isn't engine components! You could have not connected the wires securely and only powering the ignition control module when in the crank position of the key! I hope this helps you out!
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