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Old 08-15-2019, 04:35 PM   #562
wingman358
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Originally Posted by Taylorsi View Post
It is you cruise control cable, very common on GD, or GG, chassis cars in high ambient temp stop-and-go traffic. Loosen the cable at the throttle end until the issue goes away. Also, get a turbo heat shield if you don't already have one. Cruise control module is right behind the down pipe and turbo.
Has this diagnosis and "repair" ever been proven to work? I had the problem and tried that fix because everybody says that works. Didn't work. I even *completely removed* the cruise control cable and module and still had the issue. So pretty clearly not the cause, at least in my case. But this is the wrong thread for that.
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