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What would cause the gas pedal to stick on a 1991 Chevy Corsica so the car runs itself?

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2006-05-02 05:16:02
2006-05-02 05:16:02

ther are many porobens that could cause this first and formost is a broken release spring. another posibility is that the TPS (Throtal Positioning Sensor) has worn out cusing it to sick in the open position. or you coupld have a frosen cabil

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