Throttle Cable at 1A Auto
The throttle cable attaches the accelerator pedal inside the car to the throttle body on the engine. While not typically considered a part that wears out, the cable can stretch or snap if snagged; cable ends can also break due to poor crimps or brittle plastic retainers. If your cable has become damaged or broken, the vehicle may not accelerate properly. When inspecting your cable for damage, be on the lookout for any fraying on the inner cable, any cracks on the sheathing or retainer clips, and any loose cable ends.