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#1 smart steve

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Posted 28 September 2010 - 06:35 PM

hi all, have noticed that on my 52 plate 1.6 zetec the revs have been droping to almost a stall when i approach a junction or put it in neutral to coast, they then pick up & settle down as normal. any help? thanks steve.

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#2 artscot79

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Posted 28 September 2010 - 07:28 PM

hi all, have noticed that on my 52 plate 1.6 zetec the revs have been droping to almost a stall when i approach a junction or put it in neutral to coast, they then pick up & settle down as normal. any help? thanks steve.


honest answer take it to ford it could be the idle undershoot problem which needs an ecu update or the idle control valve or an emission pipe vss sensor youll spend a fair penny changing stuff to see if it works easier to drive it in and have it checked over it mneans paying for a diagnostic but thats cheaper than constantly replacing parts

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Posted 28 September 2010 - 07:51 PM

honest answer take it to ford it could be the idle undershoot problem which needs an ecu update or the idle control valve or an emission pipe vss sensor youll spend a fair penny changing stuff to see if it works easier to drive it in and have it checked over it mneans paying for a diagnostic but thats cheaper than constantly replacing parts

ok thanks for the advice.


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