Question about 1999 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
My truck started to cut out at all speeds just for about 1 second a month ago. I had the spark plugs/wires replaced, fuel filter replaced, coil pack, replaced, new injectors, fuel drained and replaced, fuel pump tested, checked for exhuast leaks and it still miss fired on 1 and 3, and runs worse than before. Now the check engine light came on and it sounds like only half of the engine is running, 2.2L 5-speed. The truck has 150,000 miles. Could this be the throttle position sensor like was mentioned on 8/15, if so where is this sensor located? HELP!
Your throttle position sensor should be located on the throttle body opposite of where the throttle cable hooks on too. Look for a small black box on the other side with wires leading into a connector. get your codes read and re post them it could be a simple fix.
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
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