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Car wont accelerate - 2009 Pontiac G3

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I would step on accelerator and the car would hesitate and half the time stall and shut off engine. I had the PCM flashed to more current software (tis s3114b8) and the car stopped hesitating and stalling. Cost 135 bucks at dealer although some shops can do it cheaper.

Posted on Jun 26, 2014

  • rflores
    rflores Dec 10, 2014

    rflores

  • rflores
    rflores Dec 10, 2014

    the car still hesitated after the software was updated.

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