Question about 2006 Ford Focus
There can be several reasons for this. A stuck throttle flap in the intake manifold, or an opening in a gasket.
Some of the engines have a part called a manifold runner. This part is like a 2 position shutter. When it sticks, the high speed chamber can be open at low speeds in error. This causes the engine to run faster. The part may need to be removed to clean or an attaching/operating assembly may be stuck.
Posted on Jul 16, 2013
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