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PEUGEOT 307 engine stuck at 2000rpm. please help

Posted By Chrisbeatbox Monday, February 10, 2020 4:02:37 PM
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 Posted Monday, February 10, 2020 4:02:37 PM
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Peugeot 307 petrol 1.4 2005.When I switch the car on its revs straight to 2000rpm and stays there until switched off. The accelerator pedal does nothing to change the revs, and after replacing the accelerator pedal, then the throttle body, the problem still occurs.
Has anyone heard of this problem and can give some advice it would be much appreciated. The rest of the car is sturdy and no problems so hoping this could be fixed instead of sending to the scrap!!
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 Posted Monday, February 10, 2020 4:34:15 PM
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Chris,

Do you have a scan-tool. this needs a code read first.

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 Posted Tuesday, February 11, 2020 12:40:48 PM
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McTech is absolutely right! It would have saved you a throttle pedal sensor and body if nothing else. But if you don't have a decent scan tool then one thing you could do before taking it to someone who has is check thoroughly for any air leaks after the throttle body.

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 Posted Tuesday, February 11, 2020 1:03:39 PM
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Hi thanks for your reply
When it 1st broke down the rac plugged their scanner in and said its either the pedal or throttle body, both of which I bought from scrapyard off cars and fitted myself... still a waste of money. Next took to garage where a friend spent a few hours checking wiring and ecu, but couldnt find the fault. Unfortunately I didn't ask for codes when plugged in as assumed changing the parts would fix.
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Just to add when plugged in to testing machine (rac) I was asked to press acc pedal even though it was doing nothing to see if it was still sending signals or changing anything on his screen, but it wasn't hence changing pedal 1st. He said there were no other problems or codes coming up just one for this issue.
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Wiring diagram - power ground and signals to test at the throttle pedal...

Really needs a scope to see throttle pedal tracks - but a volt meter will do for power and grounds.

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