Question about 2003 GMC Envoy Xl
Hey bud this should take care of your problen but you have to follow exactle and as I say it is very easy to do first you are going to remove your battery terminal and clean your trotle body also change the filters and after doing this you will have to run the truck for about an half hour just drive it around so the computer can reset the pcm and also let the truck know that it should keep trotle when idle i see this all the time so you should have no problem as long as you do this keep in mind this is not a hard job the throtle body is located to the left under the hood and is cover by a black cover just remove the screw and you are good to go start cleaning if you need more help just google it and you might be able to get direction with picture there
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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