Throttle Actuator Control Module

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Throttle Actuator Control Module

Post by bwell on 9/5/2010, 19:36

I am trying to get my 2000 Catera back on the road. I keep getting codes P1526, P1510 and P1519. I think that P1519 is triggering the other codes and is the true source of the problem however I can't find the module. Does anyone know where it is located? Am I on the right track based on the codes or should I be looking at something else? Thanks for the help.

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Re: Throttle Actuator Control Module

Post by lt56026 on 9/16/2010, 07:37

It is on the side of the throttle body the first code in the scan tool
is the one too chase firstt
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Re: Throttle Actuator Control Module

Post by CateraMV6 on 11/18/2010, 20:26

You can remove the TB and take the cover off on the side, inside you will find a motor and some gears... clean it out, put some lube and reseal it... There is also a potentiometer which tells the ECU how far the TB is open...

Once that gets screwed up... your ECU sees RPM from thte other sensors that dont match what the TB tells it... so you get a CEL...

Try that if it doesnt work then also try finding a new TB..
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