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This situation could be Transmission Flare. The engine control briefly ups the RPM to match the transmission downshifting, to prevent an abrupt downshift feel. If the control or sensing systems are out of whack, it can overdo the RPM adjustment. Some of the items you replaced require adjustment or calibration. For example, the Idle Air Controller (a prime ...


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I removed the top hose (engine to canister) and drove. I still experienced the run-on, so I believe this conclusively rules out the canister as the cause of the dieseling. I also found that the connection of this top hose to the metal tubing was very loose and possibly the cause of the gasoline smell. I put a hose clamp here to eliminate this. As far as ...


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Yes it can. You can find it as either DORMAN Part # 911603 or as AIRTEX / WELLS Part # 2M1257.



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