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Old 01-20-2012, 02:03 PM   #11
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Hey all, i was hoping you could assist in my problem. I have a 2001 automatic ZX3. every time i hit the gas past 2000rpms and let go, the engine will continue to accelorate untill 3500rpms. I have to either throw it in neutral or tap on the accelorator and it will catch itself and be fine. If i dont pay attention i will hit the person infront of me. i cant find this exact problem online. My mechanic cleaned the throttle body but it wasnt that dirty. the car worked fine for a few months and then came back worse than ever. what do you think is wrong?
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