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I have a 04 Jeep Unlimited,130,000mi. I was driving out of a shopping parking lot. I braked to slow my speed down to approx. 5mph. As I pushed down on the gas pedal. the Jeep suddenly accelerated to a

Left it parked at the Dealership.

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so... answer will tend to be useless, on NOISE
why not find source of the noise first.
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