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Old 11-02-2014, 02:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Engine problem in neutral/first

I just had to bring my Suzuki Jimmy 2007 in for a rather large coolant leak(o-ring on water pump) and now that I get it back, in neutral and in first, the engine revs jumps to 2 on the odometer without even touching the gas.

I'm positive when the guy dismantled it to fix the leak he screwed something up putting it back together. He told me that he did a diagnostic and that it showed the air filter indicator acting wacky. Confidence in him is at an all time low. I'm driving it regardless, but every time I start her up, bam, reminder.

Does anyone know what could be the potential problem? Is the electronic indicator on the air filter the likely culprit? Any info/advice greatly appreciated!
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