Originally Posted by ghostrider2012
Okay I guess I will have to take it in to the shop to get the codes ran then.
You don't need to go to the dealer. Read the sticky in the electrical section here under DTC codes and find them your self. You need to find the throttle actuator plug on the left (rear) of the throttle body and clean and inspect the pins and check the wiring for damage. Add a dab of dielectric grease in it as well. It could be the actuator sensor connection or else you have another throttle by wire sensor going bad. Check the codes first.
It may have been the actuator connection or a bad pin/wire all along......
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