Accelerator pedal definition
The accelerator pedal, also known as the accelerator pedal, is mainly used to control the opening of the engine throttle to control the power output of the engine. The traditional accelerator pedal is connected by a throttle cable or a lever and a throttle. With the continuous development of automotive electronic technology, the application of electronic throttle is more and more widespread. When the driver steps on the accelerator pedal of the electronic throttle, it is actually transmitted to the engine ECU with an accelerator pedal position sensor signal.