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IDLE FLUCTUATION Ford Transit Van 1997 2litre petrol ihad to fit new accelerator cable + now it wont idle above 500 revs cant find adj anywhere thinking it must be a sensor Regards Trevor

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Adj idle with cable adj thanks Trevor

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