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Old 05-30-2004, 06:29 AM   #1
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A few times lately, my engine has revved (to about 1500) and wanted to surge forward when I am stopping. It seems to happen when my transmission is probably shifting down to 1st gear, but I don't know why it revs. Any sensor or connection that I should check?
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Do you have a service engine soon light on?
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are you driving with both feet? :P
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No warning lights at all, and this has only happened a few times. And no 1994ta, I only had my foot on the brake at the time.
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Your throttle body maybe dirty, causing a sticky throttle plate.
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I had the same issue on an old Ford Explorer. It ended up being the fuel pressure regulator. It was throwing a check engine light, though. Something to investigate/think about....
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Mine was doing the same . I changed the T.P.* and problem all gone. It was throwing a SES though....
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