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I have 2005 toyotacamry codep2118 have no accelerate check all fuses

Code p2118 engine will run put in d will move no a acceerate pedal , check fuses ok what next throttle actuater control motor current

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    no acceleration, no idling, no power, car moves with almost having no power

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Also check this link: http://toyota.justanswer.com/uploads/skyvisions/2008-10-23_013515_02_cruiser.pdf

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p2118 means low juice battery, recharge the battery or install a new one. however your battery still good (some what) then start the car and let it idle to charge the bat.

normally when you have p2118 you won't be able to accelerate - why Throttle Actuator Control Motor Current Range is too low.

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