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Old 04-26-2005, 05:01   #1 (permalink)
Arcaine
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Ford KA - Rev Problem

I have seen a similar post to this below my KA has the exact same symptoms.
Basically when the clutch is depressed the engine over revs, it is much
worse going up through the gears and when coming to a stop, the stationary
idle is a little high and like the other post I feel sometimes the engine
is constantly trying to go faster. I have had it in the garage and they
replaced the Idle speed controller, and for about 3 days everything was
fine, then it started over revving between gears again. Are there any
other things that could cause this type of thing? I was thinking and
air-leak somewhere? or can it get gunked up in 3 days somehow? Any help
greatly appreciated

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