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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I discovered that its the throttle body sensor. Its not sensing the postion of the foot pedal. The throttle body has a sensor that is linked to your gas pedal via a cable. The spring that the repair man mentioned could be the issue. The sensor then communicates to the computer the position and then computer then applies fuel, the mass air sensor then will communicate to the computer and the computer will then allow more or less air to fuel ratio. So if your stomping on the gas and there is not any response, then your throttle body sensor is most likely going out.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
actually it works in battery. check the coil associated with the RPM meter or if your battery charge is low recharge it. You ll get it fixed :) Please rate this!!
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
i had a similar problem a few months ago with my se-r. i went to the dealership and had them reprogram the ecm and it fixed it(its on the recall list for your car.) once i did that everything ran great.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
theres always one on the intake manifold working its way down to catalytic convertor is the oxygen sensor 1 heater circuit(pre cat conv) signal while terminal #25 is oxygen sensor 2 heater circuit (post cat conv)
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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