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  • hockeyref

    Hi Lalaeeza, I really understand how frustrating this problem is. I finally replaced my throttle body last week and my issues have not reappeared, fingers crossed, knock on wood etc...

    I would suggest that you get yourself a scanner that can clear this code, even while still rolling. I have used a scanner to keep myself going for awhile now. they plug into your ODBII port, should be right under your drivers side dash. be sure the scanner can clear DTC codes, Autozone or any of those type places should be able to help, they are not very expensive and have saved me many times from being stranded. Once you clear the codes the truck should return to normal operation. I know this is not a fix, but can at least keep you going. until your problem can be diagnosed. I would plug this scanner in and navigate to to the "clear DTC codes" menu option before I drove off, just in case the problem surfaced. if the problem occurred I would clear the code and within seconds, without a stop needed.

    January 13