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My 2003 ranger revs very high when i push the clutch in especially when the a/c is on. Im sure its a sensor but which one

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The brake sensor should allow the rpm's to lower or stay constant when you have the a/c on and you depress the brk cable.

Maybe you have a vacuum leak somewhere making the engine rn faster than you would like.

Also, the IACV (idle air control valve) might be stuck open, and the fuel injectors compensate by pumping more gas into the cylinders.

Hope this helps.

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