What is the most common cause of a stuck accelerator?
- A stuck accelerator pedal is often caused by binding or misalignment in the gas pedal assembly. Regular maintenance and proper installation can prevent such issues.
How do you fix a stuck accelerator pedal?
- To resolve a stuck accelerator, inspect the gas pedal assembly for any obstructions or misalignments. Lubricate moving parts and ensure proper installation. If issues persist, consult a professional for assistance.
Can you switch the side the pivot arm is on? My truck requires the pivot arm to be on the left side of the pedal.
Will this bolt in my 93 mustang without a bunch of alterations
Will this work on a 2005 chevy silverado drive by cable setup if not what would work
What are the dimensions from the pivot point to the end of the pedal, and from the pivot point to the end of the cable arm?
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