Question about Ford Ranger
Try to notice if its always with the pedal in the same location. You may have a dead spot on the throttle position switch located on the throttle body. Try unplugging the sensor and drive. If its better you have found the problem. Be aware the truck may feel dirrerent with this unplugged but all you doing is trying to determine a dead spot
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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