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My 2003 Ford Expedition revs high when I go over 50mph. What's up?

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  • mmmcclure Jul 17, 2009

    Well I don't know because it is my girlfriend's problem and she is kinda clueless. Sorry and thanks.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    is it going into overdrive?

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Change idle air control valve located at rear of engine.

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