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I'd bet its a vacuum leak. If you lightly spray carb clean on the hoses and gasket areas around your intake manifold, you'll be able to find the leak because the engine will idle way up consistently when it sucks the carb clean in from the leak.
Posted on Feb 20, 2015
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