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1984 Pontiac Bonniveillie

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I have a 1984 Pontiac Bonnievillie and I tried to change my carberator and it was the wrong on so I put my regular carberator back on but now my pedal keeps sticking. What should I do??

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It is the throttle cable, check that is in place both on carburator and on pedal side, If it is disconnected from pedal, pedal stay down if it stays up then cable is too tense, play with it.
Same if it is clutch pedal, but I assume working on carberator you touched throttle not clutch or brakes.

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Posted on Mar 28, 2008

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