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Changed the throttle body in 06 Pontiac do to bad throttle position sensor and now car is racing at 3000 Rpm dose it need to be programed

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Nope the sensor can be plugged or in a bad position so the air is not traveling through the sensor make sure to have the sensor positioned correctly

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SOURCE: dose the entire throttle body need to be replaced if the throttle position sensor is bad on my 2008 pontiac g5

Does your 2.2 have one?

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