Question about 2005 Porsche Cayenne
Hi, first of all, take your car to any auto zone place or mechanic and they can check your computer for trouble codes to see why it isn't accelerating. It sounds to me like something is wrong with your Throttle Position Sensor, it tells the computer how far your pushing down the throttle to allow the proper ammount of fuel to be injected into the engine, it may have a bad spot in the sensor so when you push the throttle down that far, it's malfunctioning and the computer doesn't know to inject more fuel into the engine to accelerate faster. When this sensor fails, it won't accelerate fast enough and then it should normally store a trouble code in the car CPU....
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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