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2000 9-5 2.3t 154K
So I started the car, it ran for a few seconds and stalled. Did that several times. Read the code 1531 Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor 1 & 2 Adapted Value Out Of Range. I went through the WIS diagnostic, got to use my chinese Tech 2, and ended up at "Replace the Throttle Body". Once I clear the codes and reset limp-home, car runs fine and has for the past week. Is it possible this is just a glitch and will never happen again? says the eternal optimist. Or does it normally return at the worst possible time? says the realist. Just curious before I take apart the TB and see what those gremlins are up to. Thanks!
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