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should not have to pay for same part twice.take vechicle back to dealership tell them car not fixed you have same problem.let them know you payed them to fix car.same problem still exist.code p2135 problem could be the tps sensor or signal circuit to sensor wires and connector have a short or problem could be throttle body assembly damaged.
yourelectric stabilty program has to be checked alo is your throtle postion sensor off positin coul cause that or its faulty , when idling one wire should give tou atleast 3.5 volts the other should be 5volts and when you accelerate the voltage should drop if it doesnt change throttle
That's quite a bit to fix up but the best place for you to check how much you should expect to pay in the area of the country that you live is www.repairpal.com. This is a website that takes the most common repairs and gives you a range of how much you should expect to pay. The range is for mom and pop shops up to getting work done at the dealer. Let me know if you have any more questions. Thanks for using FixYa!
a good possibility is that the throttle position sensor is reading erratically. A repair facility with a good scan tool should be able to diagnose this and tell you for sure. You could expect to pay around 200 dollars for this repair.