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Old 09-30-2012, 08:37 AM
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Originally Posted by CaptJon View Post
I guess I got the only one that doesn't do it. That or I am now dead from the neck down and I need to tell my wife she is wrong again with all the neck up crap.
I remember reading this thread a while back.....

Just got back from a long trip a couple weeks back and then a day trip yesterday......no "tingle" here.

Its drive by wire, so its not anything to do with the accelerator pedal or its operation.

Its some sort of (likely normal) vibration that the pedal is enabling to be transmitted to your foot. the rest of your interface with the truck is cushioned by carpet, leather, vinyl etc etc.

Some may just be more sensitive to it than others.

I wouldnt worry about it.

Or, worry about it and take it to the dealer.

All they will do is a) see if they can find anything vibrating more than it should (likely they wont) or b) replace the accelerator assembly if they are a "throw parts at it" type of shop or c) try and isolate the pedal assembly with rubber or something.
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