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Old 05-09-2012, 12:22 PM   #1
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Throttle Body Diagram

Hi I had High Idling issues, I figured out the air filter was really really dirty and the throttle body was black as a result, I kept all the screws together however the throttle body uses 3 different designs and I was stumped on which goes where, so I assume which goes where. I want to know if I put them in the corret spots, so if anyone has a video or pics showing the disamsembly with where the screws go that would be great

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