2015 Camry has too much spunk.

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Asked by May 22, 2015 at 03:59 PM about the 2015 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I purchased a 2015 Camry a few months ago. It seems to have too much spunk. I take
my foot off the brake and it takes off to about 20 mph without hitting the gas.  What would
cause this to happen?

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Might be the way it is, or a throttle issue. Have the service department at the dealership road test it for you to determine if it is normal, and or drive one of the models on the dealer lot to see if yours isn't the only one.

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Did you purchase this vehicle NEW? Check to make sure your floor mat is not tangled up with the accelerator pedal. How many miles on this vehicle.? This definitely is a safety issue. You need someone to check this out and diagnose this issue...ASAP.

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