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Old 02-22-2006, 07:03 PM
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Emissions Light and non working gas pedal results

I have a 2002 F250SD that started to show an emission light on the dash which results in a non functioning gas pedal, it seems to come on after it has warmed up for 10minutes and comes and goes until 20minutes after. I have not driven it since, any answers are greatly appreciated boogaloo1
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I have a 2002 F250SD that started to show an emission light on the dash which results in a non functioning gas pedal, it seems to come on after it has warmed up for 10minutes and comes and goes until 20minutes after. I have not driven it since, any answers are greatly appreciated boogaloo1
you need to pull that code for us to have any way of helping you out....i can set you in the right direction from there.......Marc
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Old 02-25-2006, 09:12 PM
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Bad peddel switch

Ford has a drive by wire switch which is mounted under the dash on a bracket with the Idle varifacation switch, they only sell it as a unit and you even get a new peddel. The best idea is to scan it and see what code you are getting? The throttle switches do go bad. Mike OB
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Old 02-25-2006, 09:26 PM
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Ford has a drive by wire switch which is mounted under the dash on a bracket with the Idle varifacation switch, they only sell it as a unit and you even get a new peddel. The best idea is to scan it and see what code you are getting? The throttle switches do go bad. Mike OB
all late modle 7.3's and sick-0's are fly by wire......but you can have no trottle responce with a good pedal assembly.....that is why i asked for the code before giving advise....trust me, you give too much advise before you know where the problem may lie......and you will end up making someone spend money on something they did not need......im not trying to make you sound foolish or contridict you......because what you said was right.......but do yourself a favor and get as many facts as possible before giving out parts to replace, especially with something as complex as a fly by wire throttle.......Marc
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Old 04-08-2006, 09:13 AM
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Question Lost Thottle Problem

HI THERE I HAVE A2000 F350 SD CRW WITH VERY SEMULAR PROBLEM. WHILE ENGINE IS NOT FULLY WARMED UP CAN BE CRUSING DOWN FREEWAY AT 55 AND ALL OF A SUDDEN ENGINE WILL STUMBLE THEN WILL HAVE LOSE OF THROTTLE FOR APROX 5 TO 10 SEC, SCARRY THEN HELL ON FREEWAY! WHAT COULD IT BE? THANKS JERRY
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