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      Throttle body cleaned (runs better, more responsive)

      To day I cleaned my throttle body and (valve that's attached to it) idle air control valve... realy seems to be more responsive and have a little bit more get up and go...
      throttle body wasn't super bad but the iac valve was realy bad, ima.



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      What did you use to clean it?

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      Carburetor cleaner and a brass bristle brush ( about the size of a toothbrush)





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