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Old 09-27-2017, 08:00 AM   #1
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Dizzy Limp mode when I accelerate or use air codition

Please I need your help.
I have a saturn L300, 2001 model v6, 3.0L
Whenever I use the air condition or drive the car for about 3miles, the car gets into limp mode. If I dtive above 40mph or try to speed up while climbing an hill, it also gets into limp mode. If I stop the car and restart the car after minutes of waiting, it will drive well provided I didn't put on the air condition or go above 40mph.
I was advised to change the throttle body. I bought a fairly used throttle body as replacement but the problem parsists. A mechanic after troubleshooting on the car adviced me to change the ECM. I have ordered for ECM but I am not sure this will solve the problem. Please do you have any advice for me?


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