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    Quote Originally Posted by blinkngone View Post
    I was going to mention not to use anything but contact cleaner made for electronics. Ive seen issues in cars where people have used things like that in connectors working on low voltage and it conducts electricity. You can get voltage bleeding through the film.
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    Yeah, if you have your pedal base on the floor and have it solidly backstopped to keep it from moving around, constantly pushing against the backstop can damage the tiny wires coming out of the base. No biggie though you can solder them back together.
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    Thanks all. The accelerator is definitely dragging. At least, the green line is wavering below the 12 o clock position even with my foot flat. I assume that's a sign that somehow the accelerator is not fully engaged. Brakes seem to be fine. Anyway, I'll take it apart and clean it. Many thanks for all the help. Now if I'm 2 seconds slower I'll have no one to blame but myself!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mincepie10 View Post
    Thanks all. The accelerator is definitely dragging. At least, the green line is wavering below the 12 o clock position even with my foot flat. I assume that's a sign that somehow the accelerator is not fully engaged. Brakes seem to be fine. Anyway, I'll take it apart and clean it. Many thanks for all the help. Now if I'm 2 seconds slower I'll have no one to blame but myself!
    Hopefully cleaning works. It doesn't necessarily mean it's your fault if cleaning doesn't help. The wires could be broken(me) or there could be something else you haven't discovered yet..
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