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Unread 05-23-2016, 07:59 AM   #1
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I eventually what to replace the MCOR 2 This Summer in my 2007 Precedent.
I think I read here this some kind of reset for a lack of a better word where you pump the acelarator X amount of time.Thanks for your help in advance
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Unread 05-23-2016, 08:17 AM   #2
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Yes, key off, pump the pedal 30-40 times and then retry the cart operation. The pumping is intended to wipe the pot surface clean and in some instances it restores contact.
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What sort of symptoms would one expect to see in cart operation that this procedure would rectify? Dead spots in the pedal, or HPD faults perhaps?
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Yes, key off, pump the pedal 30-40 times and then retry the cart operation. The pumping is intended to wipe the pot surface clean and in some instances it restores contact.
Worked like a champ took away the d3ad spot. THANKS
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Worked like a champ took away the d3ad spot. THANKS
Keep an eye on it. It's a temporary fix used for diagnostic purposes only.
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Worked like a champ took away the d3ad spot. THANKS


I would prepare to replace it. It usually comes back worse than before.
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