what engine do you have?
sense you get the reduced power message..
lets try something simple here
remove the intake air duct from the throttle body
and,clean the inside of the throttle body with carb cleaner
sometimes the inside of the throttle body will get dirty with black soot and cuse the tac[throttle actuator control] to give the computer a bad reading
most times,cleaning the throttle body will fix this
Remove the engine cover. 3. Remove the air intake resonator. 4. Position the wiring harness support bracket aside. ^ Release the 2 fuel pipe clips. ^ Remove the 4 bolts.
5. Remove the throttle body intake. ^ Disconnect the breather line. ^ Release the clip. ^ Release the bushing. CAUTION: Before disconnecting or removing the components, ensure the area around the joint faces and connections are clean. Plug open connections to prevent contamination. 6. Release the wiring harness clip.
I just tried all your advise and it did not work.
i will opt out...
maybe one of the other guys has a better idea of what is going on here....someone will be right with you
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Maybe I can help.
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