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Thread: 1990 Deville 4.5, Gas Pedal Sticks

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    1990 Deville 4.5, Gas Pedal Sticks

    Sometimes I notice when I lift my foot off the accelerator it kinda "sticks". Not violently but just enough to feel uncomfortable. Also, new isc motor (but the sticking started a while back. Any suggestions?


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    Re: 1990 Deville 4.5, Gas Pedal Sticks

    Not sure on the 90's but on later years this is just the throttle body needing to be cleaned. Easy 10 minute job.

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    Re: 1990 Deville 4.5, Gas Pedal Sticks



    Also check the linkage and the carpet.

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    Re: 1990 Deville 4.5, Gas Pedal Sticks

    THX will do!

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    Re: 1990 Deville 4.5, Gas Pedal Sticks

    The adjustment screw used when installing the isc motor was the OLD one, I put on the right one and voila! BRICK HOUSE!


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