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Old 12-15-2011, 07:29 PM
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Adustable Pedals Not Working

Help,

I bought a 04 Eddie Bauer with 127,xxx mi. Didn't find out about the gas pedal didn't work until I got it home. I tested all other EX and it work, but forgot to test this one. This one seem to be in better shape than all the one I test drove/looked at, and the price was better than anything I saw.

Has anyone has one of the pedal not working while the other not? How did you go about troubleshoot it, and what was the fixed?

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Old 01-04-2012, 01:32 AM
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Pedal thing....

My brake would move with the switch but not the gas pedal. The motors are connected to the pedal assembly by a short cable. I found the cable that ran from the motor to the gas pedal was not fully seated. When I got it connected they were out of sinc. I had to connect it and run the switch down until it stopped, disconnect the gas run the brake up and connect the gas to get them both to bottom out at the same time. The cheep *** little black clip that holds the cable on is weak so I used some epoxy to hold it on. Good luck!
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Old 01-04-2012, 07:19 PM
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Thanks Zartanns,

found the same thing you said the other day, push the cable back in the slot but didn't epoxy it yet.
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Guys i'm in the same situation. Woulld happen to ave pictures of how to repair it?
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Old 10-07-2012, 08:25 AM
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I think you just need to use super glue or some kind of epoxy to glue the part that broke. I haven't fixed mine yet.
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Yes mine was working properly before and now it doesn't. I checked the fuse and it's good so I'm wondering if mine is a wire not connected. Pictures would be nice to see which wire I'm to be looking for. Thanks.
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