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Old 10-07-2010
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Accelerator hang up

Have a 2007 Ford Ranger, 2.3 - 5 spd. While driving or sitting ,After leting off the accelerator pedal, RPMs hang up 3 to 4 seconds before dropping to idle. Asked dealer about it when purchased. they said this is normal. Any thoughts ???????
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This question is asked here every day.
Please use the 'search' button at the top of the pane.

the answer is IAC
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lol and that is not "normal"
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IAC needs to be cleaned or replaced. I cleaned mine problem went away for a week and is back. I just haven't been bothered to replace it as it hasn't affected driving or mileage.
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Old 10-15-2010
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My 99 used to hang up like that evr once in a while... I replaced the iac two diff times now it does it all the time???
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