Question about 2004 Ford Crown Victoria
This sounds like it might be the AIS (automatic idle speed) motor. that's usually located in the throttle body. remove that and check the pintle. It looks like a long plunger that moves its way through 250 steps. In and out. check for a broken spring, or pintle that is completely out and falling apart. check for the obvious stuff like that first. if anythin broken or altered like that, then replace it with new NOT USED! this is an electrical part, and will serve you better with new. good luck!
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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