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I disconnected the gas pedal relay and can't remember where the wires reconnect

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There should be three wires that connect to the gas pedal. Red, White and Blue, (how patriotic!). On the gas pedal switch, the middle connection is the white wire the closer to one of the end is the blue wire, and the other is the red wire. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 03, 2010

Testimonial: "Fitting how the wires are red white and blue, yes! I figured it out but instead of running while pedal is depressed it's the opposite now. pressing down stops it, ugh. thank you for your help!"

  • btshat Aug 20, 2011

    Swith the red and blue wires around. I had the same problem.

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Someone gave my grandson a gator and we bought a new battery for it and it still does'nt do anything. what could it be?

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APP (accelerator pedal position) sensor is bad. Basically means you can floor it, but the signal going to the computer is only a reading a fraction of what it should, which in turn gives you the decreased power. You will need to replace it (basically the entire gas pedal assembly). I've seen them run anywhere from $60 to $120 new, depending on where you go, so shop around. Or, if you're comfortable enough buying used & have basic knowledge of hand tools (or know someone who does), go to a junkyard and pull the entire gas pedal assembly out of a scrapped Impala (make sure its the same year). They run an average of about $25 + tax here in TX, but I imagine that varies from state to state. All it is, is 2 bolts holding the assembly to the floor pan and either one or two wiring harnesses (sorry, it's been a while since I did my wife's & I can't remember for sure). Simply disconnect the wiring harness(es) (you may need something like a philips head screwdriver or something to depress the little latch to get the clip out that hold the harness securely in place) & remove the two bolts with a socket wrench. Then bolt the new pedal assembly in place & reconnect the wiring. After that, you may need to clear the code in the computer. This will get the messages and lights in the dash to turn off. Just take it to a dealership or local mechanic (any of them will have an ODB2 diagnostics tool) and ask them to clear the code. two minutes later, you'll be back on the road and the car will be running like new again. Hope this helped... Good luck!

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Push the gas pedal and switch gear just maks a click noise i replaced that thermal fuse but still just clicks. i relaced the switches and pedal and battery. im runnin out of things to replace. please help


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How to replace brake light switch?


How to Replace a Brake Light Switch
Parts:
1. Brake Light Switch

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Tools:
1. Needle Nose Pliers
2. Flashlight
3. Combination Wrench Set

Steps:
Step 1 * Insert your key and turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
o Tip: Safety Tip:Always wear safety glasses when working on your vehicle. Wear other personal protective equipment (PPE) when necessary, for example latex gloves or safety shoes.

Step 2 * Turn your headlights on.
o Tip: Have an assistant check to make sure your tail lights are both working properly.

Step 3 * Step on your brake pedal and have an assistant check to see if the brake lights illuminate.

Step 4 * If all the brake lights are out, locate the brake light switch on the brake pedal linkage. Check for 12 volts into and out of the switch.
o Tip: Turn the key to the OFF position before starting any electrical work.

Step 5 * Disconnect the wiring harness from the brake pedal switch.

Step 6 * Disconnect the brake pedal switch from the brake pedal linkage.
o Tip: You may need to remove a c-clip to do so.

Step 7 * Remove the old brake pedal switch and replace it with a new part.

Step 8 * Reconnect the wiring harness to the brake pedal switch.

Step 9 * Repeat steps 1-3 to confirm that the repair has solved your problem.


Hope help with this (remember rated an comment this help) Good luck.

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95 tercel tail lights won't turn off


Stoplights are usually turned on by a switch mounted above the brake pedal. When the pedal is fully released, it presses on the switch and it breaks the circuit. When you press the pedal, it releases the switch and the circuit completes, turning on the lights.

Most likely cause of this is that the switch is either broken or misaligned.

Adjust the switch to be depressed when the pedal is up. If the lights turn off, you're done.

If this does not fix it, unplug the switch from the wiring harness. If this makes the lights go off, your switch is broken, buy a new one. If it does not, you have a short circuit in the wiring. You will need to trace the harness, find the damage and repair it by splicing or replacing the harness.

May be you could try these steps:
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  2. Step 2 Find the fuse for the brake light and pull it out. Remember to put it back in before driving again
  3. Step 3 Find the brake lightbulbs and remove them. Remember to put them back in before driving again.
  4. Step 4 Disconnect the negative battery cable. You will have to reconnect it again to start and drive your car.

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with power disconnected
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