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Old 04-04-2014, 08:31 PM   #1
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Default Throttle Position Relearn

I was messing with my throttle body and think I need to adjust it. After looking at other posts I've came to the conclusion that my ECM needs to relearn the throttle idle. Does anyone know how to perform this, or do I need special equipment? I own an 09 Saturn Outlook and have codes P0122 and P0223. I also have the traction control disabled and reduced engine power messages. Any information would be helpful. Thanks.


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