Transmission Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Do you happen to know the code number in the computer?
Are you looking for possible causes?
Got it! The most common cause for this condition is a bad mass air flow sensor or faulty tune up components.
If the fuel pump driver module was not replaced, that could be an issue as well. The fuel pump driver module is a little computer that controls the fuel pump.
Some other less likely possible causes would be the oxygen sensor or if the PCM needs to be updated (programmed to the latest software)
Another possible cause would be the throttle body. This too is very common.
I would get the computer scanned for codes first. The codes will point you in the right direction.
You should be able to get the codes read at your local auto parts store for free.
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Once you have the code or codes in the computer, it will point you in the right direction. There are a few possible causes for each code. But it will narrow it down significantly for you.
Under the dash on the drivers side.
YES, that is correct. They can go on at the same time related to the same problem.
Thank you for that information. This code indicates an issue with the throttle body. This is very common.
Here is the definition for this code.
P2111 Throttle Actuator Control System - Stuck Open
TAC motor circuits are cross-wiredThrottle body is binding or it is stuck openTAC motor harness circuits are shorted togetherPCM has failed
YES, the throttle body will need to be replaced.
While this may cost a few bucks, it is nothing major. It is a simple throttle body. You can do this yourself. It only calls for about .8 of an hour to replace the throttle body. Be sure to get it from the dealer. Here is the part number. 9L8Z9E926A
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If your asking if you can use an aftermarket part, the answer is YES.
However, if it were my vehicle, I would go O.E. (Dealership)
This is caused by a plugged evap drain tube.
By unclogging the drain using a screw driver underneath the vehicle.
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