Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
Check/follow cables running from throttle linkage for seized at, or to, transmission linkage. Lube them up good and make sure all move freely. Be sure to use all safety precautions while under there, such as emergency brake, in park, engine off, and block the wheels. It may help have someone, push accelerator (engine off) while your under there so you can see and understand how it works and where to lube.
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