Engine shut down

Asked by Jun 29, 2017 at 12:17 AM about the 2010 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I have a 2010 Ford Fusion and while I'm driving down
the streets I could be going 35mph and out of no where
my car just suddenly shuts down and if I try pressing the
gas it won't go anywhere and the RPM drops all the way
down as if I don't have any gas left or Throttle so by the
time I stop and put it on park it shakes a lot and I turn the
ignition off and give it a minute and turn it back on and I
can still keep driving. It's really annoying and I took it to
Autozone for code reading and it popped up as P2111
which means "Throttle Actuator System Stuck" and I've
changed the piece but it still does it. Any suggestions???

1 Answer

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If the circuit going into the throttle body are all good then You need a throttle body and a computer update and reset, p2111 and p2112 are usually internal fault codes that indicate the throttle body is not functioning correctly,

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