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95 grand with a 5.2 idles up and down and stalls. i've changed the tps and has not stalled yet, but still idles up and down.

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Take your air intake off to access the throttle body. Spray throttle body cleaner onto the throttle body plate and inside of the plate for about 6 seconds. wipe off the inside and outside of the plate as much as you can reach in there with a clean cloth. all that grime messes with the sensors. I just did this today.

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