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It's very possible that the TPS sensor pigtail was not fully locked in when reconnected. I've had this issue before when I failed to push the connector in far enough. Since this question was posted in March, I assume you have resolved it. Please share what the outcome was. Additionally, seafoam + premium gas was a horrible suggestion for this issue. If it ...


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I just fixed the same problem on my 2003 Infiniti G35. It's an easy fix. Clean the throttle body. All you need is some WD40, tooth brush, and electric motor spray. All you do is hold the throttle open and spray WD40 on the tooth brush. Brush around the throttle body's inside, then wipe out with a cloth. Spray it out with electric motor spray. Repeat until ...


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Sounds to me like the IAC valve (Idle Air Control Valve) needs to be replaced. It's not a hard thing to replace. The IAC opens and closes to allow air into the throttle body when the throttle blade(s) are closed (which is at idle). It might be dirty or have debris lodged in it which is causing it to act up. I've been able to replace them on older 2005 ...


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A vacuum leak will not cause this problem, it will just idle faster with a leak on this engine. Because it runs well above idle it is not likely that any of the ignition parts are at fault. Although the transmission fault code could indicate a problem that could cause idle problems that is very rare. Cleaning the throttle body usually fixes this problem, but ...


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If the car won't start, spray starting fluid into the air inlet, at the air cleaner and crank the engine. If it fires, then check the fuel pump and fuel quantity ground location inside the trunk (coming off the wire bundle to the fuel tank). if that has loosened, the pump and fuel guage will be intermittent and the car will be unreliable for no apparent ...



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