On my 2003 Toyoyta Camry the exellerator just died. I just put in a new batterie and, the next moment , the exellerator has 0 respond.

Asked by Apr 17, 2014 at 07:32 AM about the 2003 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: General

battery died. changed it. next, the car starts but, the zero respond from the throttle. What could it be ?

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Check the cable the runs to your throttle body. Sounds like it may have broke or come apart

Thank You but, there is no cable in these cars. How did You come up with that solution ?

39,005

Sorry, I am an older Camry driver. I have a '99. It has the old cable system. Didn't realize they had switched to an all electronic system in the newer models. Just checked the wife's 2008 Yaris. All wires now from the gas pedal to the engine. Have you tried to replace the pedal sensor? You may also have a bad throttle actuator control motor. Have you tried a code reader yet?

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