So, I've had the PC on my 2015 Ram Sport for a few months now and I received the "service throttle sensor" ( or what ever it exactly says ) the other evening as i was trying to start my truck. I'll preface my story with the fact that it was a cold snowy morning with about 2 inches of snow on the roads. The temp outside was about 18 degrees. As I was driving down the road, i let off the gas and dropped all the way down to CITY -4, to keep the throttle response as low as possible ( normally I drive in CITY 0 ). I drove to work, shut it off and went inside. During my dinner break, i used the remote start to warm up the truck ( now it was about 10 degrees out ) and drove off. Came back from dinner and went back inside. All was well Now....at 9pm, as i was exiting the building i tried the remote start and nothing. Tried again, nothing. I got to the truck and noticed "remote start disabled". When I got in and started the truck, i had the "service throttle sensor" on my screen and a check engine light. I shut off the truck and started it a couple more times and still had the message and CEL. When i pressed the gas pedal, nothing happened.........sort of. The rpms ever so slowly would increase, but did not decrease and it was barely noticeable if you weren't looking for it. At this point, i got out of the truck and tried to completely unplug and remove the PC, but i couldnt get the god damn PC plug off the gas pedal. I was able to unplug the other portion of the Y splice, but no matter how hard i tried, i couldnt for the life of me get the plug off of the gas pedal. Anyhow, I ended up just plugging the other porting of the Y split back together to see if it would fix the issue. I started the truck and the "service throttle sensor" message was gone, but the check engine light remained. The gas pedal when depressed seems to rev as it should, so I ended up going home cautiously, used my OBD II to read the codes and most were voltage related. there was another code related to the throttle sensor, but it wasnt voltage related and I forgot to save it. Not a very good experience to have to be honest.......and yes, the plugs were all seated properly prior to the issue happening and the cables were not in a position where my foot or anything like that would have tugged, pulled or disrupted the connections. Thoughts???