High idle after Street Holes only 1996 Ranger 2.3L
I've read all possible thread on the internet about high Idle.
No one seems to have my problem.
I drive a 1996 Ford Ranger 2.3L, it's "almost perfect" (not true, :D but....)
I'm italian but I live in Dominican Republic, where the pavement road is full
of deep holes.
Every time I drive over a hole and the truck receives a hit from it,
the idle rpm go to 3000 (if I press the clutch or if I stop at a trafficlight).
It slowly goes down to normal...
BUT it ONLY happens after I "hit" a street hole.
I tried, when parked with engine runnig, to hit or moove many parts of the engine to
find the guilty one... but I can not replicate the problem myself... and...
when driving it's impossible to check inside the engine...
Last edited by jazzkramer; 07-03-2016 at 08:23 PM.