Anyone solved the reduced power light and going to limp mode yet?


Asked by Feb 27, 2011 at 05:54 PM about the 2003 Isuzu Rodeo S V6 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am sitting at a stop light and the truck begins to idle rough then it goes into reduced power mode.  I can floor it and get up to abut 25-30 down a slight grade.  Computer codes are 401 (EGR i already know), 1295(loss of throttle position sensor 5 volt reference), 1516 (TAC module throttle actuator position).  I love my Isuzu but the wife is making me get rid of it unless i can convince her I fixed it!

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Replaced throttle body--works fine now. Dealer said the throttle position sensor was going bad. $800.

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I have a redeo Isuzu 2003 it marked me the reduced power when it stopped working i had it working buy excaleratting that is the way it will work but know it just stopped. It dosent trun on.

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