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There's three different engines for those. What year? engine?
Regardless of type you need to remove the intake snorkel and associated pieces. The throttle needs to be disconnected as well as the TPS and IAC. You need to clear anything that may be in the way of getting to these areas. Once everything is unhooked from the TB you need to remove the nuts and remove the TB. No matter what you need to do it this way to do it correctly. You do not want to just spray into the attached TB. This can create more problems.
 

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Do you have any experience with working on engines?
What makes you want to clean the TB?
 

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Cleaning the TB is the place to start. Probably will fix it.



This one will will get you to the TB but doesn't show the TB coming off. I prefer to remove the unit to clean more effectively.
Go to Youtube and put this in the search


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Well it did help out. Idle seems to be more normal now, at least for a GDI motor. Cleaned the TB but didn't take it out and went on a good long road trip (400 miles) this weekend and was getting 33 mpg average on the highway. Good stuff.
 

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Well it did help out. Idle seems to be more normal now, at least for a GDI motor. Cleaned the TB but didn't take it out and went on a good long road trip (400 miles) this weekend and was getting 33 mpg average on the highway. Good stuff.
Glad it helped you out.
 
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