Feb 16, 2013 · Exhaust Popping on Deceleration: When you decelerate, you reduce the amount of throttle. This causes an overrun, that is, the motor's rpm is turning faster than the fuel provided can support, so the motor begins to spool down.
Throttle Position Sensors (TPS) typically wear in the idle and just above idle positions, but they may also have dead spots at any point in their range of travel. With the key on, engine off, graph the sensors output while slowly opening the throttle all the way.
05-17-10 11:05 AM - Post# 1916277 In response to mid tenn mike O.K. I know you said you changed the AIC, but your symptoms are pointing to that, so I would waste the $15 just to be sure and change it again. My original problem was the check engine light coming on at idle and the oil pressure gage dropping to zero, but when I hit the gas everything would be...
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