I'm not about to argue with you since you know it all. However you need to get a hold of the site administrators and let them know they are wrong in posting this article about cleaning the throttle body. It is sad they don't know as much as you.
Look at this link of the site you support. " http://www.2carpros.com/how_to/how_to_tune_up.htm
I've corrected many problems by cleaning things that were not supposed to be touched. I've saved many people lots of money in my years in business. I also guaranteed much of my work up to a year. Timing belts were guaranteed up to 50,000 miles regardless of mileage.
I sold my business to my top tech. Please tell me more of how I did wrong in my business and my repairs. I sold my business in 1999 and it is still the biggest and most popular shop around.
By the way, I have never seen a faulty fuel pump set a PFE code nor a EGR code. I have seen a lean code set but soon as you replace a clogged fuel filter the vehicle only runs for a few miles and then it gets towed back in for the fuel pump. I always let the customer know, he most likely will be paying for a tow bill soon if he doesn't elect to replace the fuel pump at the same time.
Sunday, June 6th, 2010 AT 5:57 PM