Question about 1999 Daewoo Lanos
I have checked and greased the throttle cable and found this not to be at fault, the problem lies at the actuator, but I am unsure as to how I should go about ordering a replacement part as I do not know what to call it!
I am assuming there is an electrical component similar to a reostat at the actuator, but without expert guidance I am nervous about stripping the unit down to replace it.
Sounds like you are you referring to the,"Throttle Position Sensor". You can check that with an ohm meter to try and verify dead spot. remove connector, hold probes on pins, have someone slowly & steadily push gas pedal. Readings should go up & down smooth & gradual, any sudden loss or jump in reading would indicate dead spot.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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