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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check cable from throttle linkage to transmission that operates throttle valve on transmission. Not uncommon for the linkage at transmission to be pulled all the way when gas pedal pushed for quick acceleration, or passing, and stay stuck there. Engine off, wheels blocked for safety and/or park brake on, have someone depress gas pedal all the way to the floor slowly, while you watch linkage that cable is attached to on transmission. Then as they release pedal, it should move back in opposite direction. Spray it well, with WD-40 or similar lube and get it moving by hand if necessary to make sure it is fully returning. That may be all it is.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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Have you had the fuel pressure checked under a load? If the pressure is ok then check for excessive back pressure in the exhaust system, though that is rare on newer cars with Monolithic (ceramic brick matrix) catalytic converters.
Posted on Mar 08, 2012
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