Question about 1995 Ford Ranger Supercab
1995 Ranger, 143,000 miles. Yesterday, when I accelerated to pass a vehicle, the pedal would not 'release' when I let off and I found myself going 85 m.p.h. in a matter of seconds! The only way to stop was to drive onto the shoulder, shift into neutral and turn off the key. Once stopped, I pushed on the pedal with my hand and it would sometimes release normally, sometimes not. I gingerly drove back home and found I could still drive highway speeds and the pedal functioned normally. It only seemed to 'stick' when I pushed it all the way to the floor. This was a dangerous situation and I don't want to repeat it. The cause was not my floor mat or anything else touching the gas pedal. What would cause this to happen and how to I fix it? Thank you.
The gas pedal is recalled on many fords and toyotas and is a well known problem, get the pedal replaced
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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