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96 Escort Stalling And Taking me for a ride

Stalling. when i stop or if it sits too long. Changed EGR Valve and comp for it and lil black cylinder behind it i call it the vacuum. When i stop i have to do a two foot stop to keep the revs up but when im driving an di let go of gas liek to coast it revs to 3000rpms and stays that way for 5-10secs. too long
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  • Ryan Bergie
    Ryan Bergie Feb 23, 2009

    Hey Thanks. I got a code reader done by Part Source. I changed my EGR Valve and hoses. Then Changed my Throttle Position Sensor. Now it perfect.(as perfect as a ford escort 13yrs old can be)

    Thank you very much

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Try the IAC (IDLE AIR CONTROL moduale),coilpack,plugs,wires very typicle ford issues i have one changed mine now it drives and rune very well-z

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