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How to reduce accelerator pedal pressure in 2013?

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Old 06-05-2013, 10:50 PM
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How to reduce accelerator pedal pressure in 2013?

The pedal in my 2013 is still requires much more effort than I like, is there a way to reduce the effort? As these are throttle by wire, is there a Spring internal to the pedal assembly that be modified, or something similar? Thanks
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