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take apart the throttle, clean it well and make sure it moves freely. Then put it back together.
Edit: Pay someone to do what I said to do. Solid Autoworks
why pay someone to do it when i work at a full auto mechanic shop that my dad owns haha but yeah thats what the plan was for hopefully today to just take it out and clean everything to make sure thats not it and if that doesnt work then on to trying to figure out what else it might be