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Thread: Car accelerating without touching the throttle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gdbst1 View Post
    Well guys, you were spot on. Got the mechanic to check the mount again and sure enough, cracked right through. The motor was lifting and the valve cover was holding the throttle rod in position. All fixed now and running like a dream. He did mention that it might be worth getting some better mounts put on. Any suggestions? Thanks again for all your help.
    Awesome! Congrats on finding the solution, and thanks for reporting back!

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    For the ultimate assurance it won't happen again, you could put a solid motor mount on the drivers side, but leave the factory mounts on the passenger side and the transmission. It will add a little vibration to the car, but not much. I have been running mine this way for 25+ years. If you don't want to get a solid mount just get a nice one from PST or another aftermarket company.

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