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Throttle bady & gas peddle replaced

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Our 2002 Dodge Durango 4.7 when started goes to full throttle 6000 rpm and has to be immediately shut off.


John, first make sure it is not floor mat or carpet holding gas peddle down causing throttle issue. If all looks good there, would suggest you check throttle cable for being seized, throttle body seized or return spring faulty/broke. You may want to contact a good Tech, have them diagnose and estimate repair. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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How do you check TPS sensor


That really depends on the car you are trying to check on. The older cars didn't even have a TPS. The best way to see an early indication of the TPS going bad, is how the vehicles is running or responding to your input. First, I suggest putting the vehicle on a diagnostic machine. Go to your nearest Autozone and they will do a check for free. There are 2 indicators that can tell you if you need to replace your TPS, or your IPV.It is easy to confuse the 2 because they kind of do the same thing when your car is running. TPS, or Throttle Positioning Sensor, effects what your throttle does when you depress the accelerator. For example: If your car is idling smoothly and you step on the gas peddle, and the RPM's drop quickly before they rev up. That is a good indication of a bad TPS. IPV, or Idle Positioning Valve, controls your RPM's as the vehicle is idling. If the IPV is bad, then you will experience rough, and fluxuating RPM's when you don't press on the gas peddle. Sometimes, if the IPV is bad, it will cause the vehicle to lunge forward while the vehicle is in gear.

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WHAT IS THE LDLE CONTROL SYSTEM RPM HIGH CODED PO507


When RPM is higher then normal,broken cable or set screw ,to bring down RPM,or dirty Throttle bady.

Jan 11, 2015 | Chevrolet Blazer Cars & Trucks

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No gas peddal ,if i start car it goes to redline on rpm


the throttle is wide open check to see if the spring is broke at the throttle body follow the cables one is a fuel peddle the other is for cruse both cables is hooked to the linkage on the throttle body

Mar 27, 2013 | 1992 Ford Explorer

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Slow RPM too high


if i am not mistaken, the accellerator cable is routed pretty close to the battery.... check to make sure the cable is free and not abstructed from fire wall to throttle body linkage. also as silly as it sounds, check floor mat and make sure it didnt slide up onto or below gas peddle.

Aug 18, 2012 | 1994 Toyota Camry

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Why would my rpm jump and make my car seem to jolt forward? i was told it could be the camshaft sensor,or the throttle position sensor...any suggestions?


The TPC ( throttle position control) or the IAC (Idle Air Control) is defective. The TPC is bolted on behind throttle control. Takes very small hands to remove it. Symtoms are the engine will speed up to ~ 2000 or more RPM when the gas peddle is released. Almost like the Toyota problem. But you can apply the brakes to slow it down or stop.

Jan 10, 2011 | 2001 Oldsmobile Alero

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Engine RPM is 1800 with gas peddle almost to the


Ck or replace your MAF sensor. First sensor in the duct coming out of air filter. It controls the air/fuel ration

Jun 14, 2009 | 2000 Chevrolet Silverado

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1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Stalls when put in gear V8


Replace the throttle postioning sensor, and mass air flow sensor

Mar 09, 2009 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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1999 rodeo 6 cyl


hello from what you explained i take it theres no check engine lights on what it sounds like is a basic increase on your idle screw get somone to help push pedal down underhood look to see where gas cable pulls back when gas pedals appled have them release slowly now watch where it stops against a set screw that is your adjustment rpm range should be somewhere between 750-900 rpm depending on vehicle if this doesnt solve most likely tps sensor{ throttle position sensor} goodluck

Aug 10, 2008 | 1999 Isuzu Rodeo

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