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I have seen the engine type and according to what you have state about backfiring,I suggest first to remove the spark plugs and check if are black carbon built up ,probably you have problem on the spark plug itself,or the ignition coil. Also another fault is either the cam sensor. I do not if you tried any fault diagnostic tool to find any fault. Try to check also the emission in a garage to confirm if you have any fault either on the Oxygen sensor or any catalytic converter failure. First do the tests and when you are sure on finding then proceed on buying parts.
Posted on Jan 02, 2013
I hope the noise that you hear is not the dog barking like in the video!!! It sounds like a leaky fuel injector nozel is feeding excess gas into one of the cylinders between cycles. THe extra gas is pushed out the exhaust and ignites on the Catalytic converter producing a bang (explosion) that sounds like pops when it goes through through the muffler. Or the gas somehow makes it through the muffler and ignites when it reaches the end of the tailpipe wher it gets oxygen from the outside air.
Posted on Jan 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: broken accelerator pedal
If it's just the pedal, then you can do it ultra cheap. If money has you seriously cramped and you want to replace the pedal yourself~ you can pick up an aftermarket pedal at AutoZone , Advance even Wal Mart for $20 and do it yourself. If you want to replace it with the factory pedal, you may have to pay a good bit more for the 'dealer' pedal~ but I would check the parts places and see if they have a good match at a better price anyway.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
The parts aren't really that expensive, it's the labor these places charge an hour. Call around and see who can do it the cheapest, unless you want to do it your self.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
If there are no adjustments to be made on the mount, there is nothing to do except mount it as it fits!
Posted on Jan 01, 2013
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