I have a ford focus 1.8L V reg. when coming to a junction with the clutch down the revs will pick to about 1800 revs then drop back down to normal. The revs also jump up about 150 revs when the clutch is down and changing gear.
Try changing your idle control valve or stepper motor which is the same thing.try cleaning it first before buying a new one,this could be done with caburetter cleaner, let dry before replacing,hope this is helping ty.
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Hi, it is likely your clutch is slipping, perhaps because it has worn out or the springs have softened from heat. I'm afraid you will need a new clutch. :o(
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YES MATE THERE IS SUCH A THING ITS CALLED THE EGR VALVE .all it supposed to do is pick the revs up when you are using more electrical power rear heated sreen etc dont bother clean it easier to change it or it will re occur