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Sitting at high idle

I got off the freeway and the engine stayed at 3000 rpms flicked the trottle back and forth about five times now it idles at about 1500 rpms and ehrn you hit the gas it revs then idles back down to 1500 rpms very slowly and sometimes does not at all. i have an engine light on but the computer at auto zone tells me nothing. please help

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  • keswick_1982 Dec 20, 2008

    i have the same problem with my ls it was at one shop $200 and nothing so i put a tps and a iac motor and nothing it is still runnig at 3000rpm help help help help

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Then u need togo sumwhere else

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