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My rpm always high , even when i drive , after half km it goes normal

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It's simple that vehicle has a electronic throttle position sensor. so meaning that your vehicle is probably just stuck on that level of rpms. if not maybe just another thing that might have gone wrong is that you have a small vacum leak. specially if the car hessitates after you press the accelerator just a bit. hope this works

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