They are correct in relation to the throttle body, and it is not the dealership, it is the tech that they are allowing to work on it. Without knowning the code, I would have to say it has to do with throttle position sensors. It requires someone who is going to spend som time in pinpointing and diagnosing the problem. More than likely, it is not the throttle body. It could have to do with the throttle body connector, or circuitry, possibly even the ECM. In the past, I have gone as far as replacing throttle bodies, the throttle body connector, and have even run new wires from the connector to the ECM. Half of the battle for a technician, is duplicating the fault. Then it lies in the preparation of capturing pertinent info when the fault occurs.
Thursday, August 5th, 2010 AT 10:19 PM