Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: Boulder, CO
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Haha, the only way I made sure I backed it our correctly was get another bolt and have the threads matching the idle screw and see which way the bolt backed out of a nut. I did that b/c it is a pain turning the screw so much.
When mine was "kinked" the wire withing the black hose was bent and that usually signals it will break soon. If you buy a new one like I did, I just rerouted the entire "hose" below all the other stuff under the tank. also try not to have a big bend right before the housing under the throttle body
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