Question about 1996 Lincoln Mark VIII
You need to change out the IAC valve and also the TPS sensor. The IAC is right beside the throttle body and is held in with 2 bolts. The Throttle position sensor is right on the back side of the throttle body and plugs in from the underside. Four 8mm bolts hold the throttle body down and will need to be removed to change both parts. Make sure to get a new TB gasket. This will fix your idle problem 100%.
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