While driving the car the RPM are extremely high and the car continually increases speed without my foot on the accelerator. I have to keep my foot on the brake to stop the vehicle to stop it and even after turning it off, the engines starts off reving high RPMS go to 4 and I have to shut off the car and it still doesn't decrease. What can I do?
Accelerator Sticking on 2004 Ford Taurus
by Visitor in Arlington, TX on May 31, 2010
ANSWER by mastertech6371 on May 31, 2010
take it to a shop asap before you have an accident. ther is a IAC motor that fails and causes this. common failure and stocked at most parts houses. Roy
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