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Posted By gtop1342 5/27/2008 8:36:47 AM
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Has anyone had problems with the Throttle position sensor on these cars. I have one very intermitint cuts to idle speed and will not rev up till ignition is turned off and on again..... Throttle position is shown on diagnostics but had on scope and cant see any problem... dont want to replace pedal untill sure cos pedal is £500

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F*CK ME!!   That's scandleous....

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The brake pedal position sensor over-rides the throttle for safety reasons.  Is it correctly adjusted?

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