I use to love my 2006 Ford Taurus until on may 18th 2010 it was feeding gas to the motor without my foot being on the pedal. i took it the dealer and they didn't know what was wrong with said that it was a first for them. my car been in the shop for almost a week and the dealer still don't know whats causing it to do it and wants me to keep paying for parts that they don't know will fix the problem NOT
That's not quite uncommon for Ford, but that is usually a problem with older Fords, i've never heard of it with newer cars. My 94 Bronco has the exact same problem at the moment. I've done everything to that vehicle and it still does it, the only other solution i can think of is getting a new engine but that's not happening.
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