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Why does my car rev high when I first start it?
Common causes of high RPM excursion at start-up are typically: large vacuum leak, throttle plate stuck open, cruise control stepper motor stuck in one position; faulty throttle position sensor, and/or faulty idle air control motor or solenoid.
Why does my car stay at 3000 RPM?
Most likely, the basic problem is a failure of one (or both) of the rear wheel speed sensors. These sensors drive first – the speedometer and ABS, and second – influence engine/transmission control. The car “sees” no real speed, but sees RPM, and thinks “burnout”, and limits RPM to 3000.
What RPM should my car be at when I start it?
Usually, for most engines it is perfectly fine to start with 600 to 1000 RPMs. As the engine warms up, the RPMs should drop for at least a 100 RPMs from the original starting RPMs. The RPM stands for revolutions per minute. When you start your car, especially in cold winter, the engine RPMs will be higher than usual.
Why is my car rev high?
The most common cause of this revving is either a stuck throttle or the mass airflow (MAF) sensor. This fault should be addressed as soon as possible for normal operation as this revving can become dangerous if the vehicle is allowed to accelerate unintentionally.
Why did my car rev on its own?
It sounds like you may have a dirty or failing idle air control valve. This valve is controlled by the vehicle’s computer and will adjust idle speed based upon other measurements such as engine temperature, intake air temperature and electrical system load or voltage.
What’s the rev limit on a Ford Focus?
It crawls up to 60 MPH but have to change down a gear on the slightest incline (can’t get above 3000 rpm). The fault clears after I turn off the engine and restart until I exceed 3000 rpm again. (At least it’s repeatable, unlike my last car (a Mazda), that had a intermittent fault, which the garage kept coming back with “no fault found”)
Why does Ford Focus not increase revs after start up?
Took it back to the Ford main dealer for the day and they printed out some circuit diagrams. They tested the mass air flow sensor (MAF) and throttle position sensor and both were ok. They tested the wiring and found an incorrect voltage at pin 3 of the MAF.
What are Revs on 2007 Ford Focus 1.8 TDCi?
I have a 2007 Focus 1.8 TDCI with about 70K on the clock. I have owned it about two months and it’s been fine. The other day it started but when I went to pull away it stalled. I thought it was just me being harsh with the clutch. Anyway it happened again later that day and then the engine management light came on every time it started.
Is it possible to take the engine off at 3, 000 rpm?
You can take it off with a programer. But its there for a reason and its a good thing.:hy: Mine WILL rev over 3,000 RPM’s – it just starts coughing at 85 mph and shuts down at about 90 mph. I found that out the first time I got mad at an old woman doing 25 mph on the highway and passed her. 6,000 RPM’s when it downshifted, in nothing flat!