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Old 11-05-2005, 11:00 AM
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I would take a hard look at the idle air management system. You may be barking up the wrong tree. Make sure the u shaped hose is attached to the manifold and the idle air valve. It is under the manifold and can cause the problem you indicate. Also try running 12 volts directly to the idle air valve and try to start the car. I just went through this on an 87 2.3

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