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Gas Peddle sticking

The last two days my gas peddle has felt really stiff as I push down on it and then it started sticking as I shifted gears. We haven't done anything to the car so I'm not quite sure if it needs some kind of lubercation or something more. Oh! After I have driven for a little while it is back to normal....

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Earth is an english term for ground. Earthing refers to the engine electrical using the throttle cable for a ground, if the ground wire is loose.

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What do you mean by earthing???

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Remove the cable from the engine side and feel if it is free , if not lube .Check your engine earth cable is tightened and fitted properly , the engine could be earthing on this cable causing it to sieze.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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