Question about 2006 Buick Rainier
My car was diagnosed to have a throttle positioning sensor that's bad. I was told on my car that I have to replace the whole thing since this is part of the throttle body. It is going to cost ~ $280.00 for just this part. Does that sound right to you?
if voltage is on both sides of the injector your computer is bad if only on one side try a crankshaft position sensor its very common with these cars.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
Check the ECM if it has the number 1228253 on it, this is what is wrong with it. Gm trashed all of these bad ecms. Get a 16198264 as they do not cause a cutting off problem . Get a delco ecm , aftermarket units will give trouble and may be a rebuilt 1228253 which is junk.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
If it only happens at a certain point in the throttle travel, it may be a bad TPS. You would need a computer to confirm loss of signal, but that is what it sounds like.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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