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If im doing 30 say in 3 can taken foot of petdal and car will keep on driving like its on criuse control ??

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  • mitmop72 Aug 12, 2008

    hi can you tll me how many miles per full tank i should get ? its a y reg focus estate 1.7 td di cheers mike

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I would say that that is pretty much normal. Ay that speed, the maf sensor is detecting air movement into the motor which makes it run at a fast idle. I would not worry too much.

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  • six-of-ten Aug 12, 2008

    I am not familiar with that engine. We only have 2.0 liter engines in America.

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