I have a 95 suburban 5.7L TBI. When it is warmed up chuggs and sputters when I give it more than a 1/4 pedal. I discovered that my coolant temp sensor was bad by pulling the plug on it and the check engine light came on, but it runs way better and does not chug. I understand that it is sort of a default mode now but when I replaced the sensor it ran like it did before. My qustion to you is what is the proper way to rest the ecm code in the computer? I installed the new one without reseting the computer, and it ran bad. Then I unhooked the battery, installed the new sensor, then hooked the battery back up and it still runs bad. What should I do?
have the same problem?
Thursday, March 6th, 2008 AT 3:41 AM