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I have a ford focus mk1 when idling the revs will increase to about 3000 then slowly drop back

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Hi have ford focus mk1 2004 1.6 and when u press the clutch down the revs go up to around 3000 when ur slowing down only just got car anyone help pls


The first thing you need done is to have a scan of the engine control system performed. This would need to include what is called and OBD2 memory fault code test and then a engine running test. Any competent repair shop can run these tests as long as they have the correct type of engine scanner..

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