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    Where is the IACV 06 WRX

    Hey guys just wondering if any of you have a photo of where the IACV is on a 06 wrx? I want to clean in out hoping it will fix my ruff idle and I was told is was on top of the throttle body, but the photo I saw and where I was told it was it isn't at. I called the dealer to get a new gasket to have on hand when I take it apart and they couldn't find it in the computer ether. Any ideas or help would be cool.
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    Keith

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    I recommend you not do this. The Idle Air Control Valve is a very sensitive electronic device and most anything you can find on a shelf to clean it will ruin it. If you really have that rough of an idle I would recommend a dealer looking the car over. If your not running any misfire codes your idle is more than likely not abnormal..


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    I have taken it to the dealer, they said I need a valve adjustment The dealer asked me to give them 1500 to fix it. It dosent sound right to me, so Im trying a few things first while saving up the money just in case I need it.

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    Then adjust the valves

    Your IACV is perfectly fine


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