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Old 06-12-2022, 02:02 AM   #15
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It's exactly that.
I see, my mechanic said he was gonna run some test ima tell him to start with the throttle body maybe he finds something? Or at that point do you gotta replace the whole throttle body? Obviously when I don’t press the gas the throttle body stays closed
I think the flutter only happens when I try to turn my key
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I see, my mechanic said he was gonna run some test ima tell him to start with the throttle body maybe he finds something? Or at that point do you gotta replace the whole throttle body? Obviously when I donít press the gas the throttle body stays closed
I think the flutter only happens when I try to turn my key
Just let your mechanic do his thing. It might not actually be the throttle body. It's possible that something else is telling it to act wacky. Sounds like he's on the case.
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So my mechanic came to check it out quick since he couldnít run lots of test on it since he didnít have time, but we did get multiple misfire codes, an air sensor code,but he believes it to have something to do with the throttle body since Iíve had an issue with it before. ima check if disconnecting battery for a while then plugging it back in will turn the car on. Car just cranks now and doesnít want to turn on. Ive also had some problems with the battery, and apparently a fuze is going bad. I thought maybe I didnít put the correct gas but Iím 99% sure I used 91 octane .. which is what it takes, I donít think I would mess that up, but still a possibility.
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Reminds me of situations back in the day ( @Tcoat and @Ultramaroon ) will remember, when detergent oil was introduced. People would put the "new type" of oil in their old engines to "clean" them.

Well, it "cleaned" them alright ...... and the engines started burning oil, valve trains started loudly chattering and rods started making knocking sounds.

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Reminds me of situations back in the day ( @Tcoat and @Ultramaroon ) will remember, when detergent oil was introduced. People would put the "new type" of oil in their old engines to "clean" them.

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Yeahhh I get what you mean, my guess is that the fuel filter is clogged, plus this car has 105,000 miles and Iím sure the old owner didnít change the fuel filter, I have a feeling itís just going to be my fuel filter clogged and not feeding fuel to the engine for startup
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Yeahhh I get what you mean, my guess is that the fuel filter is clogged, plus this car has 105,000 miles and Iím sure the old owner didnít change the fuel filter, I have a feeling itís just going to be my fuel filter clogged and not feeding fuel to the engine for startup
You can see a lot of those types of fields using a bluetooth OBD2 reader and an app like torque. I use it quite a bit to figure out issues and have a cheap tablet dedicated to using in the shop. Codes a lot of times, are symptoms and not the actual problem. It's kind of like your car saying "my stomach hurts."
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