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My 2006 ford f150 stalls out a couple times every time i start it...the rpms go up and then right back down until it stalls...i think it is the intake right where it 90's....how can i clean all that gunk out of there and will that make a difference???

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  • james bierman Sep 11, 2010

    will it keep running if you raise the idle with the gas pedal?

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I have had this problem on other cars . In my cases , there was a button where the cable throttle on the motor goes onto a round wheel. look for a small diaphram with a button that is struck by the throttle. I have had good success with wd40 th free this up. I hope that it helps you.

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