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Is this gap a problem

Tommylee1282

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Was cleaning my throttle body while doing intake gaskets and the gap seemed excessive but I’ve never seen one with out an iac valve so don’t know if this normal. I can push the butterfly plate so it’s fully closed but this is it with no pressure on it
 

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If you don't have an IAT that's probably acceptable.
IF you have an IAT what is your idle at?

IF you're within spec i'd leave it be.
 


















When in a gear and foot on brake?
Even if NOT thats a little high.
Before I pulled the intake to replace my fuel pressure sensor my rpms would go from 11-9 and gradually fade to 750 with the car in park. Since replacing the sensor and cleaning as much of my intake as I could my rpms now got to 950ish and drop to 750 after a minute or two
 






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