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How i can fix the problem off code p2299 in my vehicle

I already changed the accelerate paled

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That is a bad or improper brake or accelerator pedal signal. You must determint which of the 2 is the problem and either replace the switch or troubleshoot to determine if the wires have been disconnected.

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