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Old 24 Sep 2008, 12:45 am
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Smile accelerator cable/rpms

sigh.... hi guys i took my 2001 accord to my mechanic and they pulled the accelerator cable to fix a problem with my gas pedal sticking


now when i accelarate i notice the rpm needle is very high and my car takes a while to accelerate. it seems to almost stutter. it happens after i stop, then accelerate.

my mechanic said it was the transmission, which i replaced in 06 and i never had the problem before i went to my mechanic. i had transmission problems before but honda installed another transmission......
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Old 24 Sep 2008, 02:45 am
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Default Re: accelerator cable/rpms

you might need a new one.
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