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Accelerator pedical disconnected

My accelerator pedal is not connected to the engine how do I put it backis there any pictures availible

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  • vaims427 Jan 09, 2009

    Once I start my 2004 Mountaineer, put it in geer, the accellerator acts like it is disconnected from something. It will not accellerate the vehicle at all. It's just as though it's mechanics have quit and it's rendered useless. how do I fix this?



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