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Old 09-16-2006, 08:10 AM
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throttle problem

Well heres the deal. i was getting on the highway yesterday, I was on the access road comming to the on ramp , so i gave it some more gas. Well when i gave it gas it started to o faster, then i got to about 60, when i got to 60 it stoped going faster, i gave it more gas... nothing happend. i gave it full throttle and still noting happend, it was just cruzing at 60. so i pumped the gas pettle a few times and then it started to work again, it hasent happend again, sence then. Anyone have any ideas?
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Well heres the deal. i was getting on the highway yesterday, I was on the access road comming to the on ramp , so i gave it some more gas. Well when i gave it gas it started to o faster, then i got to about 60, when i got to 60 it stoped going faster, i gave it more gas... nothing happend. i gave it full throttle and still noting happend, it was just cruzing at 60. so i pumped the gas pettle a few times and then it started to work again, it hasent happend again, sence then. Anyone have any ideas?
only thing i can figure is your throttle pedal assembly had a glitch or is going on you....
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Old 09-16-2006, 08:15 AM
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Thanks Marc. Is there a way i can test it> ohm it or something like that?
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Thanks Marc. Is there a way i can test it> ohm it or something like that?
you would measure voltages, but if its not doing it right now, you wont find anything wrong....
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Old 09-16-2006, 08:23 AM
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Yeah i guess your right, Well it has 50,000 miles left on the warrienty left.
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