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Car seems to be losing code thrown

Old 01-26-2009, 11:32 PM
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something must be sticking, i would definatley say ur having a throttle problem, how many miles have u put on ur stang?
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Originally Posted by mlcrycc View Post

If the throttle pedal seems sluggish, do the "turn the key on, do not start it, depress pedal slowly to the floor, let it back off slowly...turn the key off...then start and drive...." trick.....

It works on mine....

Ok, I know I am posting in the wrong section. I did a search about my car doing the same thing (losing power in that rpm range.) I cleaned my TB and cleaned and re-oiled my K&N filter, changed my spark plugs, and oil change.

Will this pedal trick do the same thing for my 2v as it does to your 3v?

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Huh, I might have to try this throttle pedal trick. So does it just recal the TPS for full throttle or something?
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