Can somebody please tell me what all can a fuilty computer chip do??

Asked by Dec 10, 2015 at 05:46 PM about the 1999 Saturn S-Series 3 Dr SC1 Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm having trouble with the air
sucking,,and temperature,it is vey weird
what the car is doing ,,it is a great running
car when it is just sitting,,once its move.,it
idle high,the colder it gets the higher it
idle,their is no engine light,I have replace a
lot of sensors,,I'm not much of a
mechanic,but when I drive the car,it
seems like it could be the TPS and the idle
air control,,any good suggested would be
very appreciation

3 Answers

254,365

If it is in fact running horrible, a faulty sensor will trip a code and the engine light would be on. Don;t replace anymore sensors. Stick with the basics and clean the throttle body and MAF, replace the air filter. You also might have a vacuum leak, check all the hoses and connections.

Well,acutely to tell you truth, I have thoroughly clean the throttle body,their is no vacuum leak, every things is in working order,as a matter of fact,I had waste my money by taking the car five other different garage,they can not find no problem (course they ain't gonna say that,they just say "that's the way it runs "),but the only way I can say is that I'm just gonna have to put up with the running,cause finely I took it to this one garage,and he said that I got something so small,that nobody gonna find the sulutoin,cause it run perfect

1,295

Did you replace the throttle position sensor?

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