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Old 05-08-2014, 08:36 AM   #1
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Default Cleaned maf and throttle body now high idle

Ike the title says I cleaned the maf and throttle biddy using crc maf cleaner and crc throttle body cleaner, now my idle has gone from 625-650 to 700-800, the truck is a 2003 ford f150 5.4 , anybody have a clue why cleaning these parts made my idle increase?
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700-800 is not high. Give it time and it should adjust.

Otherwise you have a vacuum leak. Or as a long shot, the throttle cable is bend/too tight.
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Okay thankyou!
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