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Simply disconnect both battery terminals after installation of the replacement Throttle body. Hold the two battery terminals together for 1 minute, then reconnect the battery terminals to the battery. Be advised that use of aftermarket throttle body parts may cause the fault code to stay in memory, due to non standard electronics in them. If the throttle position sensors fail [part of the throttle pedal assembly] the fault code may still stay in memory. I've had a number of GM trucks which required replacement of both the throttle pedal assembly & throttle body assembly to correct the fault. The vast majority of aftermarket parts are now made in China or the third world. Quality control on these items is almost non-existent. It is very hard to find top quality aftermarket parts now. Engine sensors, electronic controls and engine mounts are three areas where I now use only dealer supplied parts. I've had to many headaches and wasted time dealing with defective aftermarket parts.

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