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My 2004 trailblazer is trying to cut off when i turn on the air conditioner when i either stop or slow down.

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Needs to have the throttle body and throttle plate cleaned. While cleaning is being done, disconnect battery for about 30 minutes, this will cause computer to relearn to the freshly cleaned throttle body.

Posted on Sep 25, 2010

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