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Jetta 2005, gas pedal not responding,,sometimes it does, and sometimes it doesnt. Usually happens when the car is warm.

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This is a "Drive by wire" car on the throttle. There is no accelerator cable, it has an electrical sensor that tells the engine computer when you accelerate.

Sounds like the sensor is going bad. Take it to a shop and get it replaced.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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