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Old 05-30-2019, 12:25 AM
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That explains a few things.
What? It's not like Sterno.....

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so i sprayed some lps on the connector. still the same problem no gas pedal not reving the engine. I got inpa working on laptop a got codes in memory. ill post them here. but look like the font in german. hopefully this will shed some light.
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I was looking at this page on inpa and it displays the pedal voltages. Looks like it 2 sensors 5 v signals. When the pedal is pressed the voltage response to one of the voltages. But the other sensor stays at 5v never moves
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Old 05-31-2019, 09:23 PM
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How does the back of the block look? Has the corrosion spread between pins on the back? Hole #4, top row in your picture looks like the pin broke off and is stuck in there. Make sure all pins are accounted for as the would also cause your symptoms.

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HERE ARE THE CODES TRANSLATED

147 Pedal Position Sensor Potentiometer Supply Channel 1 (Pot 2 MS43)
8 Air Flow Meter (HFM) - i HAVE THE AIR FILTER DISCONNECTED
125 Activation Electric Fan
111 Pedal Sensor Value Potentiometer 2
117 Plausibility -Pedal Position Sensor 1/2
110 Pedal Sensor Value Potentiometer 1
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take a look at the sensor wires and the wires connected to the dme. Is the sens (+) the 5v source from the dme? I dont see any other voltage wires
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9,14 are the power wires for the pedal. The two with brown are the ground


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Ok I'm confused😭😭😭. When hit the gas pedal the throttle doesn't move.

Changed the gas pedal. Still have the problem.
Check throttle motor and throttle signal at dme.no change.

I did find a pin on the dme for the fan (green/blk) wire on dme that was broken. But was able to fix it.


I can move the throttle plate with my fingers. Engine response normally.

According to inpa, when I hit the gas pedal. I can see gas pedal signal and the throttle angle move. But the throttle plate isn't moving.

Is it possible that the throttle body motor is not working?.

Is there a way to troubleshot the throttle body? Or is it easier to just Change it out?
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Old 06-02-2019, 09:54 PM
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If the pedal value shows in INPA than I would suspect the throttle motor.

You said the throttle position changed which doesn't jive with that unless there is an actuator like a bar that goes from the motor to the actual throttle plate.

Do you see the throttle position move in the computer or did you mean the pedal position?

Also: does the throttle position change in the computer when you manually turn the throttle plate?
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i meant the throttle angle on inpa. There is a place on inpa that gives me a throttle angle. I guessing this it the value the DME want the throttle to open. in the photo above its called (PWG-angle). The pct moves when the gas pedal is pressed. But the throttle plate doesn't move at all.
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