Upon looking online and browsing forums I was pretty sure the throttle body was bad, so I went out and picked a throttle body from salvage yard (making sure it was compatible before getting it). I installed it pretty easily, but the problem was still there. I made some calls and browsed online for awhile longer and then thought it had to have been the Pedal sensor. So I went out picked that part and installed it. No luck. So with the Throttle body replaced, the Pedal sensor replaced, good fuses. I'm at a stand still. Throttle body still clicking when I try to start the car. Obd meter wont connect unless its unplugged. (I will no longer disconnect it) Thinking it has to be a faulty connector to the throttle body? When I connect the obd meter there is a linking error when the throttle body is connected. So disconnect the throttle body, connect the meter, clear the codes. Reconnect the meter and see if it starts?
Sunday, May 28th, 2017 AT 1:31 PM