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1994 FORD ECONO LINE ACCELERATES ON ITS OWN WHEN STARTED UP WILL STAY AT HIGH IDEAL UNTILL WARMED UP ALSO WHEN ACCELERATING THE TANSMISSION SHIFTS HARD IT GET TO A HIGH RPM BEFORE WILL SHIFT

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Sounds like a vacuum problem check all your hoses for connections/leaks. Hope this helps tim

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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