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Old 5th October 2006
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Default 95 aero 2001 Throttle

my aero died, and I was told I need a new TB. I had it replaced, but the car still does not run great. Today it stalled again but started right up again. What else couldit be. The fuel pump, or the new TB? Thanks for input Pete
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Without looking, Check the Throttle Position sensor, also tap(lightlly- No hammers) the MAF Sensor.

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ok, where is the TPS? I'm interested also as this could be part of my issue.
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Unfortunatly i do not know, i am not looking at ur car im sure someone here knows though)

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Is this the 1st time its stalled or does it have a history of stalling/not starting then starting half hour later?
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Make sure the codes have been cleared, and that the limp home mode has been reset on the throttle. If it hasn't, then the motor cannot control the throttle, so it can't control the idle speed, which is why it stalls.

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