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Without giving exallator rpm is getting high

Please try to get my vehicle is without giving exallator rpm is getting high

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Usually need more details. possible vacuum leak. check for broken/loose hoses coming from intake or throttle body and replace

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Without exallating rpm is getting high

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Check engine light is on. Car has what seems to be a low idle under 1000rpm and if I floor it only goes up to 3000rpm in neutral. When I am driving along it seems to sputter as I accelerate and I can hear...

I would give you some credit for knowing the routine
when a check light comes on any vehicle,since they have
been on vehicles for 30 years. YOU GIVE US THE CODE

The idle should be around 700 rpm approx,so what is the
issue there?
The 3000 rpm is all it will go in neutral, so you don't damage
the engine,the manufacture knew you would try that!

The LS has about 2 ignition coil failures a year
All Fords loose EGR Valves early in their life
O2 Sensors get replaced at 100,000 miles
(front 2 only)

I could keep going

You just need to start working on the vehicle
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I have had the same thing and i got told that it was my idol control motor but after i got that it still does same thing if u find out what is wrong with it could u plz tell me

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What should the RPM's be @ 60MPH on a 2001

The RPM is a display indicator of vehicle performance in relation to fast moving capabilities.
A vehicle that requires so much RPM has functions explanable

1. multi purpose vehicles like sports utility require more RPM considering the functionality in relation to performance. for example, a sports utility vehicle requiring tow capabilities would be greatly reduced without high RPM considering that builting an engine and structure so rigid would be disproportionate with RPM. The sports utility vehicle for example has multi purposes requiring features the contribute towards achiev ing each additional functionity. The RPM provides the appropaie measure of propertionality in the functionality and especially for an operational guideline.

2. 60 RPM has been the standard for several vehicles of similar capacity and would be drastic measure to increase without any additional vehicle upgrades to complement the entire functionity of vehicle.

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My honda civic,2006 gives jerks at low rpm (600-800 rpm) and finally stops with in 1-2 minutes. if i switch off the ac during low speed it gives less jerks and stops after 3-4 minutes. This happens only...

Sounds like an overheating problem or lubrication problem. If after it dies you can let it sit for a period to cool down it is most likely a cooling issue. Try removing the Thermostat and see if that seems to help. The thermostat may not be the problem as it could be the water pump not circulating radiator fluid. The reason it takes longer with AC off than with it on is because the strain on the motor is greater with the AC in the On position. Since you didn't mention an overheating issue it is probably a combination of a bad sensor and either faulty Thermostat or faulty water pump. Your also going to want to do a compression check on all cylinders to see if your running high compression on 2 or more indicating a crack in the cylinder wall or a blown head gasket. Lastly there is the oil pump, if that is not circulating oil correctly you will have a lubrication issue that will give you this symptom. If you haven't done so of late do and oil and filter change using gunk engine cleaner additive. This is added to the oil then the engine is run for 5 minutes, then drained. You have to change the oil filter when you use this as running the vehicle with this in the engine will damage the seals.

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Hi, I have a toyota rav4 2007, now & then I get the ABS light that stays on the dash, I had a look in the owner's manual , which says "take vehicle to toyota dealer. if brake system warning light...

Hello. Welcome to FixYa. Please allow us to assist you.

We are sorry that you are experiencing frustration with your RAV/4, with your ABS light issue.

In reality, there is no "main" cause for the ABS light to illuminate. In fact, there are about 30-40 possibilities.

A few examples: The ABS system has a RPM counter mounted to each hub, at all 4 wheels. You could have a bad RPM sensor at any wheel. The ABS system has a device on the axles that the RPM counter 'looks at', it could be defective, or cracked. The brake fluid could be low. The Yaw sensor in the steering column could be out of calibration...and several other possibilities.

What you can check:
The level of the brake fluid in the master cylinder.

What we suggest you do:
Short of a visit to a dealership's service department, an AutoZone or a Kragen's will scan your vehicle with their scan tool for free, or much cheaper than the dealer would charge you. Without the DTC code, we are unable to give you any further info, as the DTC code indicates exactly where we need to give you specific advice. Indiscriminate replacement of ABS RPM sensors, the counter gears, the yaw sensor, and various other sensors, would all be exercises in futility, and obviously much more expensive than paying for the scan to obtain the DTC code.

Please get the car scanned. It does not matter where, or by whom, but it does matter that you get the DTC code so that we do not lead you down the wrong path.

We are here to help you, to save you money, and to eliminate you ABS issue.
However, the best way to get you sorted out is to start with the DTC code.

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Fuel sensor

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I have a 2003 Lincoln LS and about two months ago it started shaking when i step on the gas and it slowly got more dramatic! now its completly lost power and its very loud and doesnt go past 10Mph and the...

First you stop driving a vehicle with those issues.

The shaking could be several things. The EGR Valve,if some slamming and banging,type symptoms,especially going up hills.

Loss of power could be the TPS Sensor and a bad COP Ignition Coil.

Very loud --What?

High RPM ,as you already know ,could be the trans slipping. Another in a long list of LS issues. That would be a bad Trans Solenoid Pack.

I have a 2004 LS and had all of them,happen.

You need to pull codes,before you start to troubleshoot thoses items.
I would imagine your driving around with the MIL Light ,light on the dash?

Get codes,give them to me, I'll help you out. Do not drive it, untill it is properly repaired. The LS is a very,very complicated high tech vehicle.

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