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I was driving today with my cruise control on. the engine revved up to over 4500rpms and then slowed down to under 2000rpms. the car will drive, but it will not go above 1-15 mph.

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Is check engine light on, if etac sees trans problem wiil put trans into limp home mode and go into 2nd gear,sometimes when trans cold may work ok,will have to get trans computer scanned to see if input and output speed sensors are ok

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I would try to get hold of the main Customer Service @ 1-800-392-FORD. They may be better at assisting you. You can also inquire if there are alerts at the NHTSA.

The NHTSA is the government safety watchdog. You can check about reports on your model car at NHTSA.com. Please refine your story and change the MPG to MPH or Miles per Hour. Also in reading about the engine racing to 100MPG, even changing that to 100 MPH is confusing to me. You want to sound as credible as you can and unless you were driving down the road at 100 MPH for 4 times you would not know how fast the engine was running. You will be better off saying "the throttle was stuck wide open until you restarted the engine the fifth time.".

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There was a recall for some models for their Cruise controls but the Dealer should have checked that. It is possible that the problem is a bad TPS (throttle position sensor), binding linkage, or a worn throttle body and not the Cruise control at all. When you put your foot down, the moving parts probably were never opened that far unless you always drive 97MPH. So the parts stuck open due to dirt, wear, rust, and had nothing to do with the Cruise. Now a mechanic has to find the cause.

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