I do not see any tips on this as normally if they go bad most mechanics put a tip in out manual with it. It would need to be scanned for codes by a mechanic to see if it is bad anyhow. If you spray choke cleaner into intake and truck starts it is probably a fuel problem but you would want it scanned prior to putting a module on it just to verify it. They cost anywhere from about $60 to 160 at rock auto, more at a dealer and a little more at a garage.
Monday, August 29th, 2016 AT 12:55 PM