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  • laltazan 05/11/11 9:20 pm PST

    One common cause is a correlation fault with the throttle body. The throttle body connectors often go bad, and cause this. Occasionally the throttle body itself will fail and cause the same problem. Have the mechanic try shaking the connector, with a scan tool or lab scope attached.

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