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Have engine code said I need new throttle psotion sensor (dead peddle) so I bought new one and still same problem do I need to do something to it?

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    Mical Caterina Mar 16, 2011

    What is actual code you received? TPS is not a dead pedal btw...

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Codes do not tell you to change anything,
where did you learn that from?

A repair shop will be cheaper in the long run,
than throwing parts at it

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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