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Old 12-03-2007, 13:58   #1 (permalink)
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confused Need help with idle

Hello,

Im new here and I need some advise on a problem Im having.

I drive a 2001 Mustang GT
Im not a mecanic so forgive me for my language. LOL
There is a screw in between the Throttle Body and idle and for some reason it moves back.
I have a hart time turning the car on and when I screw it back in place it turns on good, I have done this about 4-5 times in the last month.
It started out where u just press on the gas to RMP of 2000 and it will stay on.
But if I turn on the air or heater it will hit 1500 and shut off.
I tried putting a paper just to try it out inbetween the screw and throttle body just to see and the car turns on without a problem.
So i figured is the screw that moves back for some reason.

What do I need to replace or (put superglue) to the parts to make it work fine.

Like i said its not much of a difference if I put a paper or.
I just get a piece of paper and fold it in half. not even an inch i think and that works fine.

HeLP PLEASE....
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