Question about 2001 Mercury Villager
I asked if it was a throttle control actuator,and some responded it might be a meetered vacume leak?
You need to clean the MAF sensor in the air cleaner tube and the throttle body and idle air control.
See this site in "files" for procedures
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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