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Lost pressure in gas peddle

I drive a 94 mustang. i was driving down the road and i lost pressure in the gas peddle. it wouldnt start then i lifted the hood and the wires by the spark plugs and caps are bad..what i need to know is where do the wires start?

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Hmmm well to start the pressure in you gas pedal comes from your throttle body, not your spark plugs. Secondly, there is only one cable going to your gas pedal, the other one is your cruise control cable.

Repair your throttle cable, or the spring on your throttle body is broken. it should be a fairly easy thing to fix.

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