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    Help please..

    Hi all, I'm an owner of a wrx sti 2005 blobeye, accelerator is sticking when i change gear. Ive had a new clutch and a new idle vale but it's still doing it . Ive checked to see if the carpets getting in the way to. The guy at the Subaru garage has no idea. Just wondered if anyone has had the same problem . Regards Nick

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    The slight over rev is normal. It has to do with the ECU. Idle valve? The 2005 STI is Drive By Wire. It has no IACV. It uses the throttlepate instead.
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    Ok thanks for the reply

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