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Old 11-18-2008, 01:34 PM
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Engine Revving - V6

I have an F150 XL, manual with a V6. Going to check out the cruise with suggestions from another thread.
When cold, the truck engine revs up when you hit the clutch, and when first starting. When down shifting, the same thing; high RPM's from the engine instead of slowing the truck down.

Any thoughts?
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