Any ideas as to what kind of motor it is?
What else would we need to know apart from that it is a 12V servo motor?
k3nshin, Please don't do anything to your car's electronic throttle. If you make a mistake and you have an accident that hurts or kills someone, you will be in a big trouble.
I have a spare accelerator pedal and throttle body to test, so extensive testing will be done first before trying it on my car.
Thanks for the advice but i am far from a little child
If the "servo" in the throttle body is just a brushed motor (per the mention at the Infineon site), then controlling the position with pot might be fairly easy. Does the throttle plate have any position feedback?
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