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Its the pedal position sensor.
It is part of a accelorator assembly. Its not a cheap part.

As I see it, your options are (1) buy a new part at great expense; (2) buy a second hand part if you can locate one; or (3) try to repair the sensor.

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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