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Engine revving itself with no feet on pedals and transmission in Park engine revving when idling or in neutral 2006 Acura TL

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  • mswein Sep 16, 2008

    I will discuss this with my dealer!

    Thanks for your interest


  • sonofbob5020 Dec 18, 2008

    I have what sounds like the same problem.

    when car is in motion and i am aproaching, traffic lights, for instance, i normally knock car out of gear and coast up to lights. the revs now shoot up to over 3000rpm. the only way to bring them down is to stop by using the brakes. also if i lift of the accelerator, cornering & speed cameras the revs do not drop, makes life interesting.

    it has had 2 diagnostics carried out by two seperate garages, no error codes coming up.

    the, what i think of as the carb, which has a buterfly valve, has been cleaned, and a pipe at the back of the engine, from the manifold to said component, was squshed & worn. it has been replaced. no difference.

    any ideas?

  • seaniedf Feb 13, 2009

    I have a ford galaxy with the same problem. took it to the garage and they replaced the idle control valve and it made no difference.

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    My 03 acura mdx 96k miles only goes a few feet in reverse when the engine is cold. rebuilt the trans at 85 k miles. Help please

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Idle air control valve, getting a new one should fix it

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