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Engine revving itself with no feet on pedals and transmission in

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Change the throotle cable

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I have a 1990 jeep Cherokee limited 4.0 auto 4x4. I was driving and let gas pedal going down hill and when I pushed pedal it revved up. The transmission just quit pulling what could be problem.


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Uuuh... No. There is an electrical link between the brake pedal and the transmission to prevent that from happening.
1. It keeps kids from pulling the lever out of park when they are too small to reach the pedals (first hand experience with that one back in the 60's!).
2. It keeps grownups from pulling it into gear with the engine revved up and crashing into things in parking lots and driveways.
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Electronic throttle control


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Engine revs and i am only at 35 miles per hour. before this the engine was revving with loss of some power at pedal.


is this car automatic transmissiom or standard,if auto does the transmission fluid look brown and smell burnt,fluid should be red,if it is brown and smells burnt,likely a transmission failure,if car has a standard transmission it sounds like clutch could be slipping,if its a hydraulic actuated clutch,there could be a problem with hydraulics hanging up or the clutch itself is worn out

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