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I think that happens when you are changing gears. If you make the engine goes to 3000 rpm and suddenly release the gas pedal and rapidly press down the clutch pedal. The rev would up. With very noisy sound. Isn't it?

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Q: Why does the engine rev up when you push in the clutch sometimes and your foot is not on the accelerator you think it is the accelerator sticking How do you get this checked?
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