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Old 06-07-2012, 11:59 PM
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Go to realoem.com to find what the part numbers you need and order through pelican. A cracked intake boot will give you a bumpy idle. It's just a good idea to make sure all the hoses are crack-free.

NGK plugs all the way. OEM is perfect. OEM wires, I've heard aftermarket wires have a tendency to be shltty.

Other ideas. Seafoam the car(gas,oil,and get some though the brake booster(youtube will show)), clean off the throttle plate, clean the ICV. These will cost about $20 and will most likely cure a majority of the idle and acceleration issues. Just as a note an vacuum leaks, they are usually the main cause of any blips in the idle or rough engine speed at low rpm's.
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