Question about 2002 Buick Park Avenue
When moving from a stopped position, gentle pressure on the gas pedal finds the pedal is "stuck" or highly resistant and requires more forceful pressing and release to move. After motion is initiated the pedal works fine. The initial force on the pedal required to get it moving is very troubling and results in jumpy starts for stops.
I would inspect the throttle cable first of all. They do have a braded cable which can break a strand and bind at areas inside the surrounding cable housing. It would be easiest to remove it from the throttle body and work it freely. That way you can tell if it binds up. Have some one push and pull up the gas pedal as well to inspect. You will know if this is the problem your having. Also lube the cable if you think it is still good to reuse
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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