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Customer having problems with code 903c/9150/9170
Went through 2 throttle bodys

(2003 Volvo S60)
in Orange, CA on September 29, 2011
I think something is causeing throttle bodys to go out. Dealer says it is a bad Throttle body and they are Bosch Oem type.
Code 903c/9150/9170
Any light of what could be wrong.
I am Salesman that does not want to take back any more throttle bodies.
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of Greg Solow's Engine Room on September 29, 2011
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on December 06, 2012
check your oil trap.. it will trip codes..if u have oil/smoke coming up from your dipstick,,your oil trap is full and to be replace ,,45/57$ for the part,,550 750 for labor..diy..priceless..its not a hard job,, you just have to pay attention..
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