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Car will not idle

I have a 99 ford explorer that will not idle unless you keep your foot on the gas.as soon as you take you foot off it stalls but it has no problem starting there are no trouble codes that have come up.could it be the throttle position sensor?

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    same problem i took it to the shop and they told me it was my high input sensor its sensor 1 code:p0113




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There is a possibility but normally that will store a dtc. try fuel system cleaner and cleaning the intake

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