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1988 dodge Dakota 3.9 v6. Throttle kicker/idle position motor incorrect position

(1990 Dodge Dakota)
in La Crosse, IN on June 11, 2015
When I connect the battery the idle position motor moves to the correct position for starting I can turn the key and the truck will start right up the problem I am having is that when I turn the key off the idle position motor moves back to the correct off position but when j turn the key back on it will not move into the correct position for starting unless the battery is disconnected. I replaced the idle position motor itself and the decelerate fuel cut off relay but neither has corrected the problem
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of Greg's Orange Auto on June 11, 2015
any codes? try reseting idle settings with a scanner
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