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Car revs up whilst stopped, idle problems

Car revs up when at traffic lights then goes back down, also if i roll forward or back in neautral it ill rev up to 2000 revs or more, I changed the idle control valve and it didnt help my problem at all. its a ford focus 1.4 cl 2001 y registered

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  • jamotomo Jun 01, 2009

    Good suggestion but just changed that and theres no difference at the moment, i swapped them over then disconnected the battery for a few seconds and then started it up to the same problem. Anymore suggestions?

  • jamotomo Jun 01, 2009

    ANOTHER THING AS I POINTED OUT, THE CAR REVS UP WHILST ROLLING FORWARD IN NEAUTRAL, COULD THIS BE CAUSED BY SOMETHING ON THE SPEEDO AS ITS THE ONLY ELECTRIC THING BEIN USED WHILST ROLLING IN NEAUTRAL... PLZZZZZ HELP!!

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