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Old 09-15-2013, 11:54 PM   #1
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I have a 2000 f150 4x4 5.4 and when i first start it up and put it into drive the rpm's fly up and the truck lunges forward but it only does it the first time i put it in drive, i can put the truck back into park and then back into drive and it doesnt do it its only the first time its put into drive it does it. I will even turn my truck on and let it sit for a little bit before i put it in drive but it still does it. I been driving it like this for a few years now and its nothing big but if i could find out what it is id like to fix it so does anyone have a clue to what it could be?
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Maybe the mounts are bad?
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Mine does the same. I'm going to clean my iac soon and hopefully that might help some. Lately, I've been having a problem with it starting and not coming up to idle right away when started.
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I'd thoroughly clean your throttle body and mass air flow sensor, and if they doesn't do anything, I'd look at the throttle cable.
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I'll try to get a video tomorrow.
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