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Idle fluctuates. Not bad and not all the time. mostly at a red light or in park.

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When this occurs it is more than likely that you have a faulty TPS-throttle position sensor, and it is in need of changing. The TPS is located on the throttle body, and you can pick one up at just about any auto parts store. The installation is easy, and should only take you about 20 minutes if you do it yourself.

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