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Where on the engine is it? Diagram

I have a 1996 Dodge Neon. I need to replace the Idle Air Control Motor. Where on the engine is it? Does anyone know where I can get a free engine diagram?

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It is located on the throttle body...usually back side. The diagram can usually be looked at from your local Auto Zone or Advance auto dealer. They sometimes have books that are already opened or will show you on the computer. The other place that this can be obtained is at the library. Good luck.

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