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2000 Durango continues to accelerate after pedal is pressed

If i even touch the pedal the motor jumps up to 1700 or so and does not come down for a second or two. Ive checked the throttle and it is not sticking the butterfly flaps close properly. It does this even at normal temp. I can not figure it out.

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Could be getting bad signal from coolant temp sensor ...good luck

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This may apply. ...............................

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