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Str8Ballin
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Str8Ballin May 11, 4:07am - #176350 

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2003 Toyota Celica

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Need help with the beater

Ok im stumped. I know this isnt about my celica but i need my beater to drive to work cause no way ill drive my gts there, lol. But anyways, i have a 92 ford thunderbird and the thing idles at 2000 rmps and accelerates to about 35 on its own. Ive tried a new throttle position senor and a new idle air sensor and niether worked and the throttle cable isnt stuck angry. If anyone has any ideas please let me know cause i have no clue what is wrong with it other then it being a ford which means its a pos. THANKS
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slidr
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slidr May 11, 7:16am - #176351 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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If you checked and replaced the idle sensors etc, then I would look into purchasing a new ECU. You may be able to salvage one from a wrecked car.

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RevMonster
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RevMonster May 11, 7:31am - #176352 

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Just enjoy not having to always have your right foot on the gas rofl

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10celica10
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10celica10 May 11, 7:54am - #176353 
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rofl rofl rofl rofl^
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Str8Ballin
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Str8Ballin May 11, 5:36pm - #176354 

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:rotf: :rotf: LOL, yeah i know having permanent cruise control sounds like a blast but trying to drive in a 15 or 25 mph zone or behind someone is kind of difficult seeing as how i either have to ride the brakes, lol. But ill look into a new ECU thanks thumbsup, any thing else you guys thing it could be?
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