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Accelerator Sticking

(2004 Ford Taurus)
in Arlington, TX on May 31, 2010
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?
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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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