Question about 1987 Toyota Tercel Liftback
Vacuum leak somewhere. Take some carb cleaner or wd40 and spray it around all the ends of the vacuum hoses. If you spray an end and the idle speed gets even higher, then that's the hose with the leak. That's where i'd start. If you can't find a leak, the idle air controller could be messed up and making your car run lean
Posted on May 29, 2011
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