Question about 2007 Chevrolet Suburban Three-Quarter-Ton LS
I changed my throttle body on my 2007 Suburban. Do I need to take it to the dealer to reprogram it? When I'm stopped it idles rough.
It will take a few miles of driving for the ECM to catch up to the new throttle body. Assuming it was an OEM replacement, its cleaner than the old one, so the air flow is different. 20 minutes of driving should do the trick...if it doesn't then you have a different problem.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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