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Old 03-05-2009, 02:15 PM   #1
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I have a 2003 Monaco Windsor with a 370 hp Cummins.

Accelerator has gone bad and I need a new one... Anyone know who makes them and where I can buy one.

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I would check with cummins Engine. I think that is special to each engine.
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Cummins might be a good source, but I would start with the chassis manufacturer first as they are the ones who put the accelerator on the engine and route the necessary cabling.

Behind the foot pedal (or underneath the floor plate) is a data plate with the name of the manufacturer. If you can get around to see the back side, you might be able to see the name.
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Is it the pedal mechanism or something else that has "gone bad".

These days there may be no cable - it may be "by wire".
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All set.. cummins found it.. needed new accelerator assembly... Old accelerator was dropping the enging into idle at random times.. very scary when out in 3rd land in downtown Atlanta.
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