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My car is 96, it idle speed become very high. I don't know what to do with it.

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There is a small phillips head screw if you trace the throttle cable out from the firewall to the driver side of the engine where it meets the throttle body. turning the screw clockwise with lower the engine idle speed while counterclockwise will raise it.

You will see the throttle body come to rest on the screw, the more its spins tight to rest the higher the idle is going to be and vice versa

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