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- IDLE - HIGH IDLE SPEEDS - THROTTLE STICKS AFTER STEADY STATE DRIVING IN EXTREME COLD AMBIENT TEMPERATURES - VEHICLES BUILT THROUGH 11/01/01 EQUIPPED WITH 5.4L ENGINE
- ENGINE - 5.4L - PCV SYSTEM ICING - VEHICLES BUILT THROUGH 11/01/01
| Publication Date: OCTOBER 12, 2001 |
| 1997-1998 EXPEDITION, F-150, F-250 LD |
2000-2002 EXPEDITION, F-150
| 1998 NAVIGATOR |
This article is being republished in its entirety to update the Model Year and vehicle applications and the Service Kit part number.
In rare instances, throttle sticking may occur on a few vehicles in very cold ambient temperatures after operating at steady speed or extended idle for a period of time. This may be due to ice build-up from moisture in the PCV gas on the throttle plate or throttle body.
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