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Well tried out new vacuum pipe today and that little white valve for the vacuum too but no luck. I did however notice that when I disconnect the vacuum hose the revs increase to about 2000 rpm and pressing the throttle would gradually increase the revs. The problem at 2100 rpm disappearing. Nice and smooth. However I can't drive it with the vacuum hose disconnected. Some kind of vacuum fault somewhere else. The map sensor works with vacuum too. Maybe that at fault? Disconnected it and started engine but problem still there ?

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