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Stays hi idle all the time

3oo vantage with 21oo hrs, my machines problem is she will no longer idle down,plus the oil psi,engine temp and fuel gage bounces and continues to give a fauls reading,,,Hmmm

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Is the throttle linkage hung up or stuck? Other wise, the idle control board is bad.

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