Alright guys, i’ve got a mystery here... My 2001 Accord EX j30a1 coupe with 245,000 miles will not start unless I spray throttle body cleaner into the intake, just before the throttle body, and I start the car with WOT. The rpm will not go anywhere for a second, and then shoot up. I have to hold the rpm at around 3000 for a second and then I can let off the throttle for it to idle normally. If I don’t, the car will stall and I have to repeat the process. This issue started as what looked like the notorious heat soak problem. The car wouldn’t start when it was really hot outside (90 degrees or more) unless I held WOT. It would start fine in the morning and start fine at night; even after letting it sit for 10 minutes. Then the problem started getting worse over time. Even when it was just warm outside (75 degrees), the car wouldn’t start without WOT and some throttle body cleaner after driving for a bit and parking. Now, no matter what, the car refuses to start without the afformentioned process; morning, noon, or night. Even right after I shut off the car, it will not start after about 10 seconds of resting. I don’t have a lot of money to just throw at this, but I am a flat-rate tech at a shop so I have a lot of recources and tools at my disposal. Where do I start?