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Re: Black Box? [Re: flyboy367] #686280 08/13/08 10:59 PM
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Congrats on selling the camero and welcome back for a bit.

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Re: Throttlebody cleaning [Re: flyboy367] #686281 06/30/09 05:42 PM
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Deathowl Offline
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i have an m reg kia sport done 118k miles it runs like a dog 0 to about 45 then it is ok do you think this would help

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Re: Throttlebody cleaning [Re: Deathowl] #686282 07/01/09 12:09 AM
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wouldnt hurt thats for sure. try the fuel filter as well.


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Re: Throttlebody cleaning [Re: flyboy367] #686283 05/03/11 12:55 PM
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2002_Sporty Offline
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Completed my first throttle body cleaning this weekend.
65,000 mile marker. Followed directions above and the proceedure went smooth. Thank the posters.
Quicker response now and has a definate smoother feel to the throttle.


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Re: Throttlebody cleaning [Re: 2002_Sporty] #1079126 09/26/15 06:41 PM
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promodmerc Offline
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Just did this today to my 196K mile 2002. On mine the gasket was stuck to the intake instead of he throttle body. I stuck a rag into the intake manifold to keep bits of gasket from finding their way in. Don't need that sucked into the cylinders. grin

I haven driven it yet but just revving the throttle it felt smoother.

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