Question about 2004 Ford F150
FIrst you need to find out why your throttle is binding at WOT before you pay for a mechanic $85.00 an hour that you can do you self. If you have floor mats, make sure that it's not bunched up by the accelerator peddle causing the it to bind to the floor. If you do not have floor mats, work your way from the peddle to the cable and see if there are any worn parts from the peddle to the firewall. Also inspect the cable and the bushing at the firewall where the cable goes through the firewall, once out to the engine bay, follow the cable to the throttle body and look for any binding to the cable. Move the throttle to the WOT position and see if the cable is binding or the throttle body it self is binding. If the cable is worn or binding, replace the cable assembly from the accelerator peddle to the throttle body. If it's the throttle body, your going to have to replace that since it's cheaper then repairing and you have new parts. Good luck and keep me posted be glad to help you save some money.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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