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XC40 throttle pedal help needed

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Old Apr 17th, 2020, 17:04   #1
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Default XC40 throttle pedal help needed

Hi guys - apologies for dropping in like this but I've got to work on an XC40 on Monday and was wondering if there were any geniuses with info on how the throttle pedal is wired up.

I've been told it has six wires going to the pedal and it is a six speed manual, that is all I could get out of the technician

Car is less than a year old and it would save me a lot of messing about is any of you have info on the wiring. We normally use pedals that either have a 0.5v to 4.5v span with either half of that on a second track or an inverted 4.5v to 0.5v.

I can't say much more than that but I've got my work cut out at the moment trying to get this thing set up over the next week so any help is appreciated

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Just in case anyone else needs to reference this, there is a voltage output and PWM output on these pedals.
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