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2006 Toyota Avalon Limited 4dr Sedan (SE)

2006 Toyota Avalon
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Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Large
22 mpg city / 31 mpg hwy
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March 1, 2013, 6:46 pm

R M
 

Question: Avalon stutters when accelerating

1999 Avalon, 107K miles, when first driving i can press the accelerator as hard as I want and it will respond well. After warmed up 2-3 minutes, it will hessitate and shutter when I press the pedal too much. I have to gradually press the pedal to get the car up to speed - happens at any speed. Will not happen when car is in neutral. I replaced the MAF sensor, checked the EGR valve and cleaned it, replaced PCV valve and did a throttle body cleaning w/ SeaFoam. where to next? Thanks


March 10, 2013, 10:35 am

Elizabeth K
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The first step is to scan for codes. Your problem sounds like an electronic sensor could be the problem, but without a way to check the sensor outputs, you can only guess at the cause.


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