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2003 ford escape will not go pass 2ooo rpms and will not idle

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Greetings:

My 2002 3.0 V6 Escape is doing EXACTLY the same thing.

In neutral, it wont rev past 2000 and sounds very throaty like its starving.

Last year I had to replace all three cats and an EGR valve. If its the cats again, I am junking the car.

What is so magic about the 2,000 RPM point? It makes me think that it is something electronic.

I have seen this exact same issue on several posts with no responses. If anybody has an idea PLEASE post it.

Thanks,

Robb

Posted on Dec 21, 2009

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