Question about 2006 Chevrolet Aveo
Read carefully. The Aveo has a growing problem with throttle position sensor. Unfortunately, the sensor is built into the throttle assembly and cannot be replaced on its own. The throttle assembly is pricey. I recommend removing and cleaning the throttle assembly and (believe it or not) smacking the built-in sensor a few times lightly enough not to damage it. This has worked for some people with this problem in 2006 Aveos. Problem often occurs in cold weather.
Posted on Apr 24, 2011
Its quite possible that you could have a bad throttle position sensor or a fuel issue that might have to be addressed.What you might want to do is take your car to your local auto parts store and have them do a diagnostic to the on board computer and see if there are any codes on the computer then i would address maybe a fuel issue.If any of the sensors are bad the computer will tell you where the problem might be.
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