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    My 2006 2.0 fsi 200 has developed a very sensitive throttle, in that you only have to move it a little bit to obtain full revs, makes trying to drive smoothly a bit of a challenge, fuel consumption is the same as before, and no warning lights showing, This has happened since I changed the clutch and master cyl etc. Anybody any idea what and where i should be looking?
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasst View Post
    My 2006 2.0 fsi 200 has developed a very sensitive throttle, in that you only have to move it a little bit to obtain full revs, makes trying to drive smoothly a bit of a challenge, fuel consumption is the same as before, and no warning lights showing, This has happened since I changed the clutch and master cyl etc. Anybody any idea what and where i should be looking?
    Perhaps the pedal or other associated part has lost its Basic Settings, wouldn't hurt to do a check or adaptation on the pedal, throttle body and anything else connected with the press it and go stuff.
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    Interesting one, it needs some diagnostic system work and measuring blocks observation against throttle body opening to see what happens.
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