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99 escort zx2 low idle and stalls after hi rpm, hi idle w/ fan on

Runs fine untill warm or driven,then low idle. always hi w/ fans on. has dohc 2.0

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Idle Air Control is the most likely problem, although there could be something else. But I would check that first on any ford with these symtoms.

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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    David Johnson Dec 28, 2008

    Idle Air Control is the most likely problem, although there could be something else. But I would check that first on any ford with these symtoms.

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