Question about Chevrolet C1500
It sounds like you have a faulty TPS-throttle position sensor. You can take it off and use some electrical cleaning spray to clean it. Once you have sprayed the cleaner in it you will want to let it dry. You can actually take a soldering iron and melt)(do not drill the hole as shavings will get into the unit and render it useless) a hole in the bottom corner of it which will allow the fluid to drain. After you have done this you can reseal the hole with some silicone.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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