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· Legendary Driver
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yep they do. Did you do the setting the idle procedure? Basically you need to remove the brake booster line while the engine is running. This lets the idle shoot up and the ECU will close the AIS as far as it'll go. When it is closed (no vacuum going through the passage) unplug the AIS and reconnect the brake booster line. Now set the idle using the stop screw that holds the throttle blade open. After the idle is set, shut the car off, plug the AIS back in and you should be golden.
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