It's been about 5 degrees the past few days here in New England, not very enjoyable. One thing that bothers me when driving on the highway in the cold is that my gas peddle is much harder to push down than when it is warmer out, even if warmer means still below freezing. Not really one of the areas I know much about, is this a normal occurrence?
1998 ZJ 4.0 Stock 225/75R15 General Grabber AT2
Having lived in Texas forever .. & Having been a service advisor at Jeep I don;t recall anyone every having that issue. I'd almost say you might want too have another throttle cable installed. Yours might have something inside it helping it freeze up...
.. Put it in neutral and stop.
sounds like water in the throttle cable i live in mass and havent noticed anything of the sort
97 zj 5.2 40,000mi
locked front and rear, 242, 3.5 iro lift, 32x11.5 kenda klever, 28 laredos for the road
4x 130 watt 6" spots on the roof rack, h3 leds in stock fogs, 2 40w leds on the grill
Gunked up throttle plate in the throttle body. I had this on both of our late 80s Toyotas, had to clean them about once every 2 years or so, or else the throttle would get stuck closed in cold weather.