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  1. Hi everyone im Baz I have a mk1 focus 1.8 MP3 occasionally when pulling up to a junction when I push in the clutch the engine will rev up to 3000/4000 revs for a few seconds and then settle I have replaced the speed sensor and the throttle position sensor with no change any suggestions would be great thanks
  2. Hello, I have a 1.3 Duratec engine in my 2002 1.3 Fiesta. It has developed an over rev. It runs fine for a few minutes then constantly runs at between 2000-3000 rpm, even when idle. The temperature gauge goes nuts (digital type) and the engine light came on as well as the temp light. I cant find anything online about it. Water and other fluids are at normal levels and no leaks are evident. I need to get the top cover off so i can get to the throttle body sensor but it wont come off. I have undone most of the clips but it feels like its secured somehow underneath. Any help would be greatly appreciated
  3. Over-Revving C-Max 2004

    Hi. We have had a problem with our c-max for some months. Initially, it was under-revving and would stall at traffic lights and junctions.No warning lights at all. The local Ford dealer put it on the diagnosis machine which showed no problems. They suggested a new battery. This helped and the car no longer under-revs or stalls - instead of this, it is massively over-revving at 2000RPM, most of the time! Just spoken to Ford and asked them if they could check the ICV, as this is the problem I have noted from much internet trawling, but they inform me that there is no ICV on this model and tyhat it could be the MAF(?) or any of a number of other problems and that it will need re-diagnosing. Could I ask a) if this is correct; B) what else the problem might be; c) how easy is it for a complete novice to remedy; and d) how much would it cost for a garage to sort it out? Thanks in advance for your help.