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Old 02-07-2011, 10:46 PM   #11
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Just for the record, the 96-8 6ers, they have 8mm bolts, everything else is the same tho..
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Will this work for the 94 3.8 as well... i'm having the same issue with it revving up while shifting, especially while heater or a/c are on.... Bought some gasket material today, but haven't taken off the iac yet. Luckily it's right on top of the throttle body so shouldn't be hard. But was just curious if anyone else has tried with the 94 3.8.
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Will this work for the 94 3.8 as well... i'm having the same issue with it revving up while shifting, especially while heater or a/c are on.... Bought some gasket material today, but haven't taken off the iac yet. Luckily it's right on top of the throttle body so shouldn't be hard. But was just curious if anyone else has tried with the 94 3.8.
My guess is that this will work for any 3.8L - but this thread was also 3 years old when you posted on it...
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