Electronic Floor Pedals

Electronic floor-mounted pedals for throttle or accelerator control. Our floor-mounted foot pedals are well suited for applications where the operator is seated or standing and it is preferred to have the pivot point under the operator’s heel for electronic accelerator control. Pedal options include both low-cost and heavy-duty designs, as well as custom designs to meet any application requirement.

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What is a Throttle Pedal?

A throttle pedal for a motor vehicle is known by many different names, including the throttle accelerator, gas, or even floor pedals. The throttle pedal is a way to control an engine’s power by regulating the amount of field or air entering the engine. 

BENEFITS:

  • Multiple fitting points for different types of linear displacement sensors.
  • Wide surface to improve driving.
  • The pedal angle is adjustable.
  • Lightweight and heavy-duty designs available.
  • Anti-slip surface on the pedal.
  • Highly durable with anticorrosion coating.
  • Low cost.
  • Manufactured with steel and aluminum welded parts.

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What are the symptoms of a bad accelerator pedal sensor?

There are several ways you can spot a faulty throttle pedal sensor. Keeping an eye out for these symptoms will ensure your vehicle runs at its most efficient. These are the most common warning signs of a bad accelerator pedal:

  • The vehicle doesn’t move smoothly.
  • If the vehicle isn’t moving smoothly and every movement feels labored, it indicates a bad throttle pedal sensor.
  • The vehicle doesn’t move or hesitates when foot on the pedal.
  • All drivers get used to how a vehicle responds if they use it often. If the operator notices a difference in how the vehicle reacts to pressing the gas pedal, it’s highly likely a fault with the throttle pedal sensor. 
  • The vehicle won’t accelerate over a specific limit.
  • It’s likely that the accelerator pedal sensor is not able to send accurate positioning signals. When this happens, the vehicle is not able to reach the desired speed beyond a certain point. 
  • The vehicle won’t change gear or jerks suddenly.
  • A sudden jerk or inability to change gear means the vehicle is giving out an incorrect reading and, as a result, is displaying a delayed signal or a burst of signals. 
  • The vehicle’s engine light comes on.
  • Multiple components usually trigger the engine warning light, and it should always be taken seriously. 
  • The vehicle has poor fuel efficiency.
  • If you have noticed the vehicle is using more fuel than usual, there is likely a fault. 

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