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2113 fault code and limp mode

Have cleaned the throttle body, which was crammed full of sticky tar deposits. drove well for a while, now throws up 2113 code and limp mode AGAIN !! HELP this car is driving me mad. drives well from cold and continues to drive well, until turning off engine, then start again, warm, throws up fault then

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MOST TIME LIMP MODE MEAN ECM FAILING IF YOU CANT ERASE OLD CODE AND REPROGRAM ECM. AND IT CANT RELEARN NEW PART ECM HAS A MEMORY FAULT.

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