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I have replaced both sensors for the throttle body and throttle pedal but continue to get intermittent reduced power conditions and codes such as that above and a couple others which suggest the same problem. I frequently run a hundred miles or so without issue and then at other times will get the above fault back to back or within minutes of each other when I reset/clear the codes with my OBDII while still on the road. What the heck is up with that? Any guidance would be much appreciated.

I have replaced both sensors for the throttle body and throttle pedal but continue to get intermittent reduced power conditions and codes such as that above and a couple others which suggest the same problem. I frequently run a hundred miles or so without issue and then at other times will get the above fault back to back or within minutes of each other when I reset/clear the codes with my OBDII while still on the road. What the heck is up with that? Any guidance would be much appreciated.

this happens every time stopping, the steering wheel pulls to the left when the truck finally stops. front brakes were resurfaced, power steering fluid checked, a little low, told by one mechanic it was the hydro boost. no warning lights or diagnostic failures

The suburban would not move when the 2WD button was engaged. After cycling through the other button options, I was able to engage the transmission when the Auto button was lit. With the suburban in park, I engaged the 2WD button and the suburban began to roll as if the selector was in the neutral. How I solve this problem??

HOW TO CHECK THE BULB

can't find any fuel ratings on this .

bought used truck. recent onset. gas gauge reads empty and truck runs out of gas (literally) after 25 gal used. I had it in the shop (Firestone, they sent it to Chevrolet) for three weeks and they said they replaced the sending unit, but the problem persists. what do I do next? thanks