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Exact same thing happened to my 2010 SEL sedan @ 18229 miles. On a freeway diving the car jerked forward and immediately slowed. I was not able to go over 50mph. I had to take surface streets home. The throttle needed to be replaced. The dealership was helpful....it was covered under warranty but very scary and inconvenient. One shouldn't have to deal w/such a mechanical failure in car that's just over one year old.Report it
There were no trouble codes stored even though the check engine light came on? Unusual, I'd expect it should have been stored in there until cleared by someone with a scan tool. I got a code for the transmission range sensor, I think because the gear shift selector may have been in some mid position while driving, so it got confused. I cleared it with my scan tool and it hasn't recurred.Report it
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