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2006 Ford Focus 1.6

Jerking and no power on pull away often especially when engine is hot. Rev counter stays high on cruise do not drop immediately - gop up slightly before dropping when apply clutch or changing gears. When gears are changed rev counter stays high not dropping.

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    on start up also at 2000 revs the rev counter holds back

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Check throttle position sensor.

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Looks like timeing is off under load

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