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2004 toyota rav4 does not accelerate

When pedal all the way down speed does not pick up however speed picks up a bit when pedal half way down have changed throttle sensor and air flow sensor,engine check light on scanner innova 3140 cannot read code for this particular car but reads reads codes for other cars including rav4 what can i do please.

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  • tundealejo Mar 07, 2009

    very useful website for third world mechanic with little access to technical experience with obd cars

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2014

    to pick up speed it jerks and jumps and when you press the accelerator all the way down the engine sputters

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