I have a 2003 954 with about 26k on it. I got a PGM FI error of 35 a couple weeks ago. I diagnosed it and found I had stripped gears in the servo. I replaced the servo with OEM, but then it was binding, so I took apart the EGCV and found that one of the graphite bushings was worn badly. I don't have the tools to replace that so I took it to a Honda dealer. They rebuilt the EGCV, but claimed that they couldn't quite get it adjusted perfectly. This pissed me off, but after arguing, I cut my losses and brought it home. It is adjusted perfectly at 8k rpm, and seems to be more or less OK at 3k rpm, but at idle it is probably 10 degrees off of alignment. I can't for the life of me figure out how to get it to align correctly. My feeling is that is should be OK adjusted like this since the most important adjustment is wide open exhaust at 8k, but I don't know why I can't get it spot on. Anyone else have this problem or have any advice on if it should be fine the way I have it adjusted?