Question about 2003 Ford Mustang
High idles are usually caused by a vacuum leak due to a cracked vacuum line,intake hose or gasket. You should inspect every hose that is attached to the manifold and check the condition as well as the connections. Also, are there any trouble codes stored in the pcm (COMPUTER) memory or an engine light is on?
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
Gonna go out on the big limb,try replacing the idle control sensor.does it not want to start sometimes?then does and acts crazy? dies when you put it into gear? or jumps at redlights when holding the brake and it WANTS to go? suggest,idle control sensor,cost?$20.00 about labor? 2 screws on top of motor (phillips screws and 1 electrical plug in,) it's very easy to do and most garages will even coax you through the replacement!
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