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I read with great interest! My VZ LS1 Adventra is playing silly buugers atm. Runs fine, then randomly drops into 'Safe Mode'. Real handy at 100km/h with a truck on the bumper - Not! Can do this once in 300k's, or, 4 times in 20k's. Fault code does not pinpoint what is at fault - pedal or throttle body.
Good luck with your projrct!
It wouldn't be the first time Holden factory manuals have been incorrect...Hi John
Thanks - after months of effort and searching for correct pedal assemblies I think we have resolved the problem. an incorrect diagram in the original manual. If the idiots prior to me owning the beast had pulled the connector instead of cutting it off all would have been fine I am sure. Having pulled a couple of pedals apart I would expect that the wipers in the pedal are the most likely cause. If you look at Fu's photo of the internals further up this topic you will see what I mean.
I have found a few people referencing the number on your pedal specifically to a Crewman. Now that we have some hard evidence I tend to think that is correct. The numbers for mine are different and I believe the sports pedal is the difference between the two. Can't imagine why Holden would have three of four part numbers for the same item in different vehicles. Sports pedal v pov pedal maybe.It also just occurred to me the difference in the part numbers for the pedals might as simple as the alloy pedal finish that some SS had? Not all did.
I'm sure that caused more drama than this issue has caused me - I feel for the poor buggers.It wouldn't be the first time Holden factory manuals have been incorrect...
The VL manuals for the RB30 had the cam timing one tooth out on the belt...