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No RPM please help
Im getting codes 25-27-37-47 starts but no acceleration no RPM's code 25 Throttle Sensor range hi I checked it for corrosion and resitance code 37 IAT sensor input low checked TMAP for resitance code 27 predicted differance engine does not shutdown so that one is out code 47 I could not find any info for that one???? also how do you reset the computer codes please help me with anything you can suggest I try. thank you
Paxton Mitchell Co.
  • Posted 8 Apr 2010 03:21 AM
  • • Modified 8 Apr 2010 03:45 AM by poster
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  • Miles
  • Ohio, United States
STart off by clearing the codes. It's the exact same way you got them, only do the pedal 10 times in 5 seconds intead of 3 times. A 12-only code confirms it's cleared. Then drive it again and see what codes return and reply to this.
  • Posted 6 Aug 2010 04:38 AM
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