Question about 1993 Dodge Dakota
Start by cleaning the throttle bore and plate with spray carb cleaner. use a toothbrush and rags to clean it out well. Then clean the IAC valve and its bore. lastly replace the PCV valve. use the rest of the carb cleaner to find any vacuum leaks at hoses and fittings. If problem is still there test or replace TPS.
Check your computer for trouble codes.
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