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Seeing alot of threads about throttle pedal faults, weird, I've fixed a few of these cars successfully already without replacing the ECM at all. I know the Oxygen Sensors are causing the throttle faults due to them short circuiting causing the internal circuits inside the ECM to go haywire, but there is a way to perform a repair without having to replace the ECM to get it to all work again and have throttle pedal functionality. It is probably not the most "proper" repair but it works and does no harm or cause any other issues, or atleast hasn't on any of the vehicles I've repaired with this method. Step 1: Replace faulty oxygen sensor(s) Step 2: Install additional sensor ground wires in 2 locations to support throttle PEDAL function. Step 3: Perform Throttle Body alignment and peda; kickdown adaption if needed and verify no more faults returning, then enjoy not having to spend large amounts of money replacing ECM How I found the problem: The throttle pedal does not hav
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