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2006 Dodge Magnum Accelerator Pedal Dorman

P311-2BC0130    699-124  New

PPS1049 , 4726005AB , APS150 , 4726005AD , SU8476 , 5S6984

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Dorman Accelerator Pedal
  • ; w/Adjustable Pedals w/Sensor
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color/Finish: Black
    • Mounting Method: Bolt-on
    • Package Contents: 1 Accelerator Pedal
    • Thickness: 2
    • Width: 2
Brand: Dorman
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2006 - Dodge Magnum
Dorman
2009 Dodge Charger Accelerator Pedal Dorman

P311-1421AD1    699-130  New

PPS1196 , 4726005AE , APS297

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Dorman Accelerator Pedal
  • ; w/Adjustable Pedals w/Sensor
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color/Finish: Black
    • Mounting Method: Bolt-on
    • Package Contents: 1 Accelerator Pedal
    • Thickness: 1.49
    • Width: 1.49
Brand: Dorman
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2009 - Dodge Charger
Mopar
2015 Dodge Dart Accelerator Pedal Mopar

P311-07F6674    W0133-2158168  New

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Mopar Accelerator Pedal
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Pedal and Sensor Assembly
Brand: Mopar
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2015 - Dodge Dart
Mopar
2005 Dodge Ram 1500 Accelerator Pedal 8 Cyl 4.7L Mopar

P311-3619183    53032794AB  New

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  • ; All Transmissions | Power Adjustable Pedals
Brand: Mopar
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2005 - Dodge Ram 1500 ST Canada N 120.5 V 8 Cyl 4.7L 287 -

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89 dodge omni HIGH IDLE

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Question From pipboy2000 on 89 dodge omni HIGH IDLE

I have an 89 dodge omni (automatic) 2.2 liter straight 4, with possibly 80k+ (meter is possibly broken). when the car runs "even after letting run for a short while" the car has a high idle in park of between 1500 and 2000 rmps which go up and down (vaccum leak?). I've had this problem before with a 95 saturn sw2, and the mechanic told me "he cleaned out the manifold and the throttle body of carbon"

also when i drive the car it clunks into gear and drives much faster than normal, but ill note that the accelerator pedal might need to be replaced since it is very loose, but the car will accelerate to 15 mph on its own

anyone have an idea of what this could be, and what a solution would be?

Response From dmac0923 Top Rated Answer

i think you answered your own question. to me the accelerator pedal problem is related to your high idle.

check your accelerator cable. sounds like is seizing up somewhere

easy question, this time

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Question From dennishazard on easy question, this time

i have a dodge durang with 140,000 miles , it's a 1998 i just want to know whats best for my truck ? do i drive it with the overdrive on or off ? thanks...........Dennis, milwaukee,wi

Response From Hammer Time

You leave it in overdrive all the time unless you are towing. The system is automatic.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Disagree. When driving at certain speeds, especially with hills the trans goes nuts locking and unlocking which is why you have a choice to defeat that in most vehicles,

Tom

Response From Hammer Time

It is simply a higher gear that the transmission will select when appropriate. The transmission will jump in and out of any gear if you linger around the shifting speed.
It's not used when towing because the trans will overheat under the load with no circulation.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Still disagree - re-typed from actual operator's manual.......
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(OVERDRIVE) - This is the normal NORMAL DRIVING POSITION. As vehicle picks up speed, automatic upshifts from first to second and third gear will occur. The upshift to fourth gear does not occur until the vehicle approaches the desired higher cruising speed and the driver eases up on the accelerator pedal. The transmission automatically downshifts as speed decreases.

The overdrive gear is specifically geared for economy and is not appropriate for certain hilly terrain, or towing large trailers. If transmission shifts back and forth excessively between overdrive gear and third gear or overdrive gear fails to provide adequate hill climbing performance (especially when on speed control), shift into D (OVERDRIVE LOCKOUT). The shift lever {{some use a button not the shift selector-my comment}} can be moved from OVERDRIVE to LOCKOUT at at any vehicle speed.
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That's exacty what it says (complete with a factory typo) and have seen close to that in many manuals. Not exactly where I live but close by N+W of here there are hilly roads, speed limits of 40 and trans goes nuts up and down hills and can't figure out what gear to be in. Can't speak for every vehicle ever made but GM and Ford say this!

Tom

Response From Discretesignals

I can see going up hilly terrain you don't want it stuck up in 4th. 4th usually has the weakest clutches, esp. GM Hydramatics.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I don't want to badger this. A real hill is a load not unlike pulling a trailer. Plenty or most folks don't have to deal with that. In US most Interstate highways even in mountains chose the least grade possible and near impossible in some areas. Prior to lock up torque converts was a variable pitch one - I think high end GM cars and don't know how long that trick lasted but the RPMs could vary some in same gear at a given speed on purpose essentially changing the pitch of the engine side stator in converter. Must not have been practical for some reason as that idea didn't last?

Constant towing should be a special ordered with extra trans and even engine oil coolers, lower rear end ratios and more,

Tom

Response From Hammer Time

Long hill, tow a trailer..................... same thing.

This is the point I was making


(OVERDRIVE) - This is the normal NORMAL DRIVING POSITION. As vehicle picks up speed, automatic upshifts from first to second and third gear will occur. The upshift to fourth gear does not occur until the vehicle approaches the desired higher cruising speed and the driver eases up on the accelerator pedal. The transmission automatically downshifts as speed decreases.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I guess the issue is what is normal? Not stats but for perhaps 95% of people they wouldn't have any issue just using the OD gear or OD enabled and let trans do it's thing and it does when all is steady.

Traffic on roller coaster roads going at about the lock up speed in a line of traffic it's just annoying.

Fav trans was the C-6 coupled to enough HP and torque it didn't need to shift much unless your were wailing on the things but they were gas hogs,

Tom

Response From Discretesignals

E4OD and 4R100 is a C-6 with overdrive. You need one of those Tom.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

This was the best drivetrain ever. 4F4 = four foot drive for both propulsion and braking in one!



Oh boy!

Tom

Response From Discretesignals

I wonder how many times Fred or Barney got their feet caught up in the back wheel?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I just called Mr. Magoo - they were all friends and he didn't recall any mishaps!



Am I siily enough now?

Tom

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If driving steady and it's not shifting into and out of overdrive use it. If you are right at speed and load where it's constantly jumping in and out of overdrive just don't use it for those times,

T

89 dodge omni HIGH IDLE RPM

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Question From pipboy2000 on 89 dodge omni HIGH IDLE RPM

I have an 89 dodge omni (automatic) 2.2 liter straight 4, with possibly 80k+ (meter is possibly broken). when the car runs "even after letting run for a short while" the car has a high idle in park of between 1500 and 2000 rmps which go up and down (vaccum leak?). I've had this problem before with a 95 saturn sw2, and the mechanic told me "he cleaned out the manifold and the throttle body of carbon"

also when i drive the car it clunks into gear and drives much faster than normal, but ill note that the accelerator pedal might need to be replaced since it is very loose

anyone have an idea of what this could be?

first post by the way :) nice place you guys have here!

Response From autojoe Top Rated Answer

have you checked your throttle linkage adjustment?Butterfly shut at idle?Make sure that the throttle linkage or cable does not bind. Have you checked for a vacuum leak?Has your check engine light ever came on?A bad idle air control motor could cause this or computer control of.

RPM's start reving up

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Question From KoFo on RPM's start reving up

2005 Dodge Durango with the "Hemi" engine and about 99,000 miles. I can be stopped at a light or running down the road and the car will excel in speed and the RPM's will be screaming but even when I try to stomp on the gas it doesn't want to drop and go to idle. It acts like it is possessed.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Check engine light on? If so, what code numbers are stored. This one is electronic throttle control (ETC). There is no cable between the accelerator pedal and the throttle valve. If there is a fault in the system, it should be storing codes.

Maybe you shouldn't drive it until you figure out what is going on and it is repaired. 5.7L hemi has a lot of power and if there is a problem causing unattended acceleration, that is a huge safety concern.

If this is an ETC issue, I am highly surprised the engine controller doesn't kill the engine or put the throttle into limp mode.