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Rpms wont reset run high

Rpms wont reset after i slow down pass 20 and come to a complete stop.what can i do?

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It could be due to a malfuntioning tps sensor or a stuck throttle linkage. the tps is located on your throttle body and has a 2 or 4 wire plug the throttle linkage is located in the same are have this looked at... please rate this

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