Question about 1988 Plymouth Horizon
Check and clean AIS motor. (automatic idle speed) sometimes referred to as IAC as well. ( Idle Air control) same thing. remove it and clean pintle (pointed end) well with throttle body spray cleaner, as well as port it comes out of, and try it. If it's cured great, if it happens again a little later, replace it.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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