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Throttle positin sensor

What can I expect to pay to have it fixed?

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  • gscheffers Oct 13, 2008

    what does the part cost? Should it be covered under an extended warranty?

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Around $100 depending on your local labor rates, in calif they re $120.00 per hour.

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    yadayada Oct 13, 2008

    Yes it is covered under the emission warranty for at least 50,000 miles and most likely the extended as well.

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