You gotta hold your left foot on the brake and your right foot on the accelerator pedal. I've had two customers in the past also say they couldn't drive the car. I went to their homes during my lunch break, climbed in with them in the passenger seat, and went out and drove the cars. The procedure is extremely simple, assuming this is due to the battery being disconnected. You still didn't say if that is what started this. I've posted this reply at least 150 times, and no one ever said they couldn't drive the car. If there is something else going on, you have to be more specific with the symptoms.
You also said, "It revs 2.5 at all times". What does that mean? It's idling at two and a half revolutions per minute? Is that 250 rpm? If it's 2500 rpm, how can it be stalling? Our goal is to get your problem solved, but you have to provide accurate information since we aren't there to see what's going on.
Friday, December 16th, 2016 AT 5:57 PM