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Problem in honda stream throttle body 2007. I had just service the throotle body myself n when fixing it back, the idle went up n down. need advice.................

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If u got wires plug then u have vacumm or air leak spray brake cleaner while car runs arond bottom of throttle body have bright light look closely if is u will see it **** the liguid in use anything else will damage satureate it n look

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