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Automatically accelerating the engine

Engine remains accelerated even after taking off the foot from accelerater

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Sticking acceretor cable

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All Toyota auto trans cars downshift when descending a hill when you tap the brake. This is called "Downhill Shift Logic"; what this is for is to eliminate the double shift when you come to the bottom of a hill and then accelerate. Normal condition. Usually happens above 38 MPH.
Also: The cruise will accelerate when going uphill. Normal condition.Plus: The cruise will not disengage back to the set MPH after you top the hill. Toyota recommends to disengage the cruise when encountering steep terrain.

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The ECM may have lost the base line to how the engine need to run, you need to go for a test drive for about 10 min and the ECM will relearn the engine and transmission and hope this will help. Good luck and me posted, be glad to help.

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The first place I would look is the IAC motor (idle air control) usaully on throttle body and possibly dirty throttle body and one last thing could possibley be EGR valve exaust gas recir. as if it stuck open it will lean out engine.

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Check your universal joints in the drive shaft. When you remove your foot fromt the accelerator you are no longer applying power to the rear wheels and in turn there is no load on the drive shaft. When you accelerate below 40mph, there isn't enough centrifugal force to cause the driveshaft to wobble, but once you go above 40mph, it begins to show slop.

Another thing to check is your wheel bearings.

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SOURCE: car shut down when foot not on the accelerator

For this types of problem,there are few help links.I suggest you to click the link below and go through the troubleshooting procedure :-----Car only starts when gas pedal is pressed? http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2012/01/car-only-starts-when-gas-pedal-is.html-----------Car won't start without hitting the gas pedal? http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2011/12/car-wont-start-without-hitting-gas.html
----------Complete loss of brake pedal then all gets normal? http://repairhelpcenter.blogspot.com/2012/01/complete-loss-of-brake-pedal-then-all.html
----------Car dies when gas pedal is pressed? http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2011/12/car-dies-when-gas-pedal-is-pressed.html
--------------Pushing on the gas pedal, but the car slows down? Gas pedal to the floor and the car slows down? http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/02/pushing-on-gas-pedal-but-car-slows-down.html
-------------Idles rough and quits when gas pedal is pressed less? http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/01/1999-ford-f-150-idles-rough-and-quits.html----------This will help.Thanks.

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