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Old 06-06-2007
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Few rough idle questions

Hey all, I have a rough idle and was wondering if these trucks (3.0 v6) have a IAC valve or something similar. If so I cant seem to find it. Also, listed below I have a few more questions.
1) Do these trucks have and IAC that i can clean to help my idle.
2)The truck has 100,000, could my coil be going bad? How much are they? Easy to install?
3)Could it be the MAF? and how would I go about cleaning that.


so far ive replaced:
Wires
Plugs
Oil change
Seafoam treatment
Air filter

thanks for any help!
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I'm having the same troubles you are... I think it's my EGR valve though.
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