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October 22, 2020 P0124 Code: Throttle / Pedal Position Sensor “A” IntermittentThe throttle position sensor can be found on the throttle body of the intake manifold. Meanwhile, the pedal position switch is usually part of the accelerator pedal assembly. Both of these sensors detect the force of the driver’s foot and provide precise input about the power needed from the engine October 19, 2020 Ford Fusion Reliability and Common ProblemsA big chunk of problems reported about the Fusion have been related to its transmission. In fact, all model years from 2006 to 2018 seem to be affected by these issues. Some owners have reported erratic shifting, with the transmission shifting well at times and then suddenly jerking or seemingly October 12, 2020 Reduced Engine Power Warning: What Does It Mean?In order to help you further understand the concept, let’s discuss what the “Reduced Engine Power” warning means and what can happen once your vehicle enters Reduced Engine Power Mode.
In most cases, the Engine Power Reduced warning indicates that your car’s performance has been intentionally limited.
“Reduced Engine Power” Message
November 06, 2020 Price of Toyota Camry Safety Tech Closes in on BMW 3 TerritoryIncluding taxes, destination charge, and handling fees, the overall unit price of a Camry XLE Hybrid is over $40,000. It may not be much to some, but it’s within the league of the BMW 3 Series, which starts at $40,750. This goes to show how much customers are willing to December 04, 2020 2021 Cars: The Top New Models You’ll Want to Check OutWhether you’re looking for an all-electric sedan or a rugged off-road SUV, the lineup of new cars for 2021 has something for everyone. Here are the top 10 model year vehicles that you’ll want to check out—and possibly take for a test drive.
December 03, 2020 GM No Longer Fighting California’s Emissions LawsBiden, in a statement, said: “Perhaps most importantly, GM’s choice to work with the Biden-Harris administration and California to advance these goals demonstrates a promising path forward for how industry, labor, government, and environmental organizations can come together to tackle big problems and make vital progress on behalf of the