Asked by Oct 02, 2017 at 09:23 PM about the 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Throttle Body Sensor Control Component, is
bad or needs cleaned. Theses symptoms
you all are experienced are caused bc of the
computer which malfunctions then cause
pre- malfunction in other areas or on going
issues after all issues are taken care of. The
BIG thing with this cleaning or replacement
is the syncing, its a PAIN IN THE! So Google
the steps, but you can do it yourself! If you
don't sync your car to the throttle give it
about 2 days and it will act the very same
way all over again, Even after you replaced
plugs, fuel filter, fueses ecc.. Read up & Step
by step I know bc I just went through $540.
And did it all over the correct way. Good

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