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Very slow low idle when warmed up

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Old 09-30-2011, 06:47 PM
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Hard to know if there is a loss of power because it has been this way as long as I have owned it (a few weeks). It does not seem to be struggling though so probably no loss of power.

It's not just a low idle, at speed I can feel the engine is erratic as if I'm moving the throttle in and out a tiny bit.
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TwoMuchMud , did you find a solution to your problem?
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