my 2007 ford freestar stahlls when i give it gas and reaches 3000 rpm

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Asked by Mar 12, 2013 at 12:04 PM about the 2007 Ford Freestar Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

changed fuel filter and fuel pump assembly and still getting same symtoms.

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Sounds like a bad throttle position sensor, but could be any number of things. Do you have any lights lit on the dash? Before I start guessing answer this quesiton first and you waste anymore time and money replacing parts you don't have to.

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no lights on dash, if i keep it under 3000 rpm its ok. i put in park rev it to 3000 rpms then it starts reving up and down and it wants to stall.

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this site is worthless, i asked a question three days ago and no answer yet!!!

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