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Adjusting the throttle damper will not improve the idle. It only effects the throttle rate of closing. There is a rubber plug on the top of the throttle body. [ Assuming the engine is in good tune ] Under the plug is the adjusting screw you are looking for to smooth out the idle. If the problem is a high idle speed, search wax-stat. Davew7
My idle is nice and solid, the problem is, some days its 1000 rpms, some days 1100, and some days 1200. When I pop the hood and have a look, the throttle is resting on the dampener and not on the stop. I haven't ruled out a problem with the throttle body itself. I've had it apart and cleaned it, and it works fine in hand, but who knows once things get hot. I was just wondering if anyone knew the proper way of adjusting the dampener.
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