While driving from a stop total loss of gas acceleration.

Idesign4u
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Asked by Idesign4u Jul 20, 2014 at 08:31 PM about the 2011 Ford Mustang V6 Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Unable to press on gas pedal to obtain  acceleration  coasted to the shoulder and turned
car off.  The idiot light was on that resembled a wrench.  I have 22,210 miles on the car.  
When I restarted the car it drove fine.  I decided to bring it to my local mechanic to run a
test on it in the morning.  Although, I don't want to just replace parts that don't need to be
replaced.  Need advice

2 Answers

dandyoun
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http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forums/2005-2010-mustang-gt- tech/92419-electronic-throttle-control-wrench-light.html -- check this out. It went into limp mode.

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dandyoun
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Shutting car off and restarting it resets the limp mode and it should drive normally again. This info should be in your owners manual too.

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