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2011 Ford Focus Accelerator Pedal Dorman

P311-5EFE8EF    699-133  New

8S4Z9F836B , 5S12453 , PPS1237 , 8S4Z9F836A , SU13868 , APS337

Qty:
60.07
Dorman Accelerator Pedal
  • ; w/Sensor
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color/Finish: Black
    • Mounting Method: Bolt-on
    • Package Contents: 1 Accelerator Pedal
    • Thickness: 3.3
    • Width: 3.3
Brand: Dorman
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Vehicle
2011 - Ford Focus
Dorman
2009 Ford F-350 Super Duty Accelerator Pedal 8 Cyl 6.4L Dorman

P311-0FA5DEB    699-142  New

7C3Z9F836D , SU10294 , APS293 , 5S8832 , 8C3Z9F836D , 8C3Z9F836E , PPS1192

Qty:
73.59
Dorman Accelerator Pedal
  • ; w/Sensor
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color/Finish: Black
    • Mounting Method: Bolt-on
    • Package Contents: 1 Accelerator Pedal
    • Thickness: 3.90
    • Width: 3.90
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2009 - Ford F-350 Super Duty V 8 Cyl 6.4L 391 -
Dorman
2011 Ford Crown Victoria Accelerator Pedal Dorman

P311-075CAE4    699-131  New

APS299 , 5S12957 , SU14370 , 9W7Z9F836B , PPS1199

Qty:
247.75
Dorman Accelerator Pedal
  • ; w/Adjustable Pedals w/Sensor
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color/Finish: Black
    • Mounting Method: Bolt-on
    • Package Contents: 1 Accelerator Pedal, 1 Sensor
    • Thickness: 2.06
    • Width: 2.06
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2011 - Ford Crown Victoria
Dorman
2008 Ford Expedition Accelerator Pedal Dorman

P311-1909943    699-132  New

7L1Z9F836A , PPS1204 , APS304

Qty:
64.21
Dorman Accelerator Pedal
  • ; wo/Adjustable Pedals w/Sensor
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color/Finish: Black
    • Mounting Method: Bolt-on
    • Package Contents: 1 Accelerator Pedal
    • Thickness: 5
    • Width: 5
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2008 - Ford Expedition

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trouble with accelerator pedal on 2006 ford escape

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Question From mmpmom on trouble with accelerator pedal on 2006 ford escape

Hi first time user here, can someone please help me. I have a 2006 Ford Escape and when I brake my accelerator pedal just freezes my engine doesnt rev or anything I just keep tapping it then it takes off after about a minute or two it is getting dangerous. This happens once in a while summer or winter, but here lately it is happening alot. Then when it goes it takes off fast. Any suggestions, thank you.

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

This could be due to the accelerator cable becoming seized or frayed; causing the inner cable to jam inside the outer cable casing? If this is the case; replacing the cable is about the only thing that can be done to cure the problem. To confirm this; you would have to disconnect the cable at both ends and see if there is any binding felt as you push pull on the inner cable.
There is a chance that the throttle plates them selves are jamming; due to carbon build up; which a good cleaning with air intake cleaner; usually remedies.

Dan.

Air released from engine when reved - Ford Ghia x

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Question From porkmaster on Air released from engine when reved - Ford Ghia x

82,000 miles on the clock
51 plate duratech 2 litre Mondeo. When reved suddenly air escapes from the air filter pipe that goes into the engine. Any suggestions on what this could be? The car feels rougher to drive and I can feel a slight grinding vibration through the clutch pedal, accelerator pedal and slightly through the steering wheel.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Don't know this car at all - sorry but suspect a valve timing issue to check,

T

Strange Grinding Noise, 2001 Ford Focus

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Question From campbell.donald on Strange Grinding Noise, 2001 Ford Focus

Hello all!

I am driving a 2001 Ford Focus 5 SPD with about 93K on it.

When I first get going on a cold morning, I hear a grinding noise coming from the passenger side wheel. I can feel it a bit in the steering wheel and accelerator pedal. The noise goes away when the car warms up; this whole mess only started recently when the mornings began to get colder.

The grinding noise doesn't seem to change with speed, but does become more pronounced when I hit a bump.

I initially thought CV or wheel bearings, but the fact that it doesn't change with speed and is more of a grind than a click or squeal is making me reconsider. I read somewhere that damaged brake pads can cause similar symptoms, and I was thinking of replacing the rotors and pads anyway.

I would greatly appreciate any thoughts or input.

Thanks!

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Temp sensitive or a bump?! IDK - perhaps a brake issue,

T

Ford F350 Diesel - Forced Idle

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Question From accuracy on Ford F350 Diesel - Forced Idle

2005
Ford
F350 SD
6.0 V8 Diesel

Problem: The scanner kicks out DTC for the MAP sensor, MAP/BAPP sensor and the EGR sensor. The likelihood of all 3 sensors being out is extremely slim. The PCM Reference Voltage which is connnected to all 3 sensors intermittently drops from 5 volts to 1 volt or less. This is causing engine to run in a forced idle mode (no rev when gas pedal is depressed) and/or stall out. When 5 volt Reference Voltage is restored all engine lights go out and truck runs normally. We have already replaced the Accelerator Pedal & Sensor. We have swapped the PCM (with a used one) and the FICM (also used) and the problem still exists. Ford has advised that the F Series trucks have known issues with the control modules so we are still suspecting the PCM is a problem. Has anyone else run into this or do you have any suggestions?

Response From nickwarner

you've really done your homework testing this problem out. Thanks for that. I have heard of the 6.0 diesels having defective PCMs and it makes it hard to trust a salvage unit because of that. The PCM is what delivers the 5v reference, and this looks like a cut and dry case of PCM failure. Being that Ford knows their part is defective, its possible you may convince a dealer to replace it as an extended warranty or policy repair. At the very least, the company may give you a break on the price

Response From accuracy Top Rated Answer

Thank you for the reply Nick, it's nice to hear someone else who knows their stuff is of the same mind. Ford is now taking back the PCM units with a core return which shows to us that they are finally testing the units for possible causes to the problems. They aren't offering much more in the way of a price break and this truck is long off warranty.
We were hoping to see if anyone else had run into this Forced Idle issue before. We are currently awaiting another used PCM unit and if this one fails we will have to break down and go for the new one. Have a great day.

Response From fordtech

have seen problems with the pcm as well.but also double check grourds as well have seen those cause a issue in a few cases as well.

2004 Ford Taurus SE - Engine Reving up, even when parked

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Question From scribe1346 on 2004 Ford Taurus SE - Engine Reving up, even when parked

Hi. I have a 2004 Ford Taurus SE with about 80000 miles on it. Today I had to drive the 45 min drive back to school, and was late and had to drive pretty fast. I was also on very curvy roads, and was having to drive fast and brake hard ALOT.. lots of sharp turn and rough driving, if this helps.

I noticed when I got to school, when I was trying to park, that when I slowed down the engine stayed reved. I was pressing the brakes, but it was like someone else was pressing the gas still. It was really hard to stop and put it in park. When it was in park, it stayed reved up, about 2-3000 rpm. When I got out it was also emitting a wierd smell and was really hot.

I went back out to my car hours later. I cranked it up and it went right back up to the high rpm.

Why is it doing this??

Thanks a lot for helping!

Response From Jeff Norfolk

Idle air control motor. When you hit the bakes it drops engine vacuum which with a faulty air motor it will change the performance of the car. Common problem on the cars.

Response From way2old Top Rated Answer

Is there a popssibility that a floor mat may be holding the accelerator pedal down some?

Response From scribe1346

Thank you so much for replying!
Well, I actually went and checked that after I read it to make sure (because that would be something I'd do!). But no that wasn't it..

And to update, the other day I went back out, cranked it up, and it stayed a constant 'rev' at 2 or so.. (not idle like it should of been down below 1 or w/e it is). But I noticed something..

Everytime I'd tap the brake itd go down slightly. When I let go of the brake pedal, the rpm of the engine would come up a little more, lets say 2500 rpm, and sit there. Tap the brake pedal again, it'd go down, let go of the pedal, it'd go up a little more..

This seems like something with the brakes affecting the engine?? But I know nothing about cars..

But thanks for replying, and if anybody has ANY suggestions or can help please do!!!! We dont have much money to take it to get fixed..

Thanks so much.