Throttle Position Sensor Problem! - PLEASE HELP
I have a 2006 Pontiac G6 and this morning my "check engine" light came on, and when I drove home from work I received a "reduce engine power" notice.
I took my car to AutoZone for a diagnostic check, and received the error P2135 and P0121 - which relates to the Throttle Position Sensor. After speaking with an employee, he stated that I'd probably need to replace the entire throttle body.
My question is: how easy is it to replace the throttle body. My father used to be a mechanic way back when, and can do a lot of basic things on cars. Has anybody replaced one themselves? What does this entail? I'm just trying to figure out if he can easily replace it, or if I should shell out the money to take it to a repair shop.
If anybody could provide some insight ASAP, it'd be greatly appreciated as I'd like to get this fixed tomorrow.
Last edited by km9115; 12-16-2011 at 06:27 PM.
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