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Codee89



Member Since: 04 Nov 2022
Location: Moray
Posts: 1

United Kingdom 2012 Defender 130 Puma 2.2 SW Bali Blue
2.2 Puma throttle pedal issue
Evening,

I have a 2.2 Puma with no power on throttle. Drives but takes a while to get the speed up. When releasing throttle pedal there is a good few second delay before revs drop.

No fault codes but the throttle position sensor only reading 60% when pressed fully. Tried swapping with a known good throttle pedal and same issue

Does the pedal need to be calibrated when fitted? Or am I looking at a wiring issue?

Any tips welcome

Thanks
Post #969987 4th Nov 2022 10:47pm
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dannyragsdale



Member Since: 06 Oct 2022
Location: Eastern Highlands, PNG
Posts: 11

Papau New Guinea 2012 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 HT Fuji White
I have a similar issue and I'd be curious if anyone has an answer.
Post #972218 24th Nov 2022 11:43am
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Angus_Beef



Member Since: 30 Apr 2015
Location: Zürich / Oslo
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Switzerland 2015 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 SW Corris Grey
check the low range sensor on the transfer box. when the ecu thinks you are in low it changes the mapping to what you are describing Roaming around 🇳🇴🇨🇭
Post #972235 24th Nov 2022 2:19pm
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custom90steve



Member Since: 21 Jan 2010
Location: South West England
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United Kingdom 
Clutch switch possible, bridge it to see if it is culprit you’ll soon know.
If it seems better all of a sudden, leave it bridged or replace clutch switch.

I can’t say it is that, but worth investigating as clutch switch cuts torque and can cause a rev hang as well. Diesels Lives Matter.
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Post #972283 24th Nov 2022 8:56pm
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