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Old 02-02-2015, 04:38 PM   #1
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Wrench Light/check engine

I have a 2005 mustang gt, yesterday while stopped at a stop sign my car began to idle hard and when i began to go, the wrench light came on long with the check engine. The car went into "limp" mode. So i pulled over, shut it off and turned it back on. it started up fine but with the check engine light was still on. I went home and checked the codes with my tuner. The codes read P0102, P0113, P2104, P2106, and P2111. i changed my stock throttle about a month ago to a bbk twin 62mm one. My car is also tuned from bama preformance. it has been running fine until yetserday. The car is still not idling correctly. i was wondering if anyone could help.
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How about a code description from the tuner instead of just numbers

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P0102-Mass Air Flow (MAF) Circuit Low Input
P0113- Intake Air Temperature Circuit High Input
P2104- Throttle Actuator Control System Forced Idle
P2106-Throttle Actuator Control System - Forced Limited Power
P2111-Throttle Actuator Control System - Stuck Open
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Honestly I would pull the throttle body and put the stock one back on

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Clean the mass air flow and the throttle body


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Honestly I would pull the throttle body and put the stock one back on

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I second that!
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I say this in every throttle body thread BBK is poop waste of $$$

Should of gone with Ford Racing, no need to recalibrate the circuitry.
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I say this in every throttle body thread BBK is poop waste of $$$

Should of gone with Ford Racing, no need to recalibrate the circuitry.

That alone is worth the money. I was watching a video on how to install the other TB's and said forget it. Plus the thought of re-using any part from the stock TB didn't sit well with me. I wanted a completely new unit.




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That alone is worth the money. I was watching a video on how to install the other TB's and said forget it. Plus the thought of re-using any part from the stock TB didn't sit well with me. I wanted a completely new unit.




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I agree. And what's not to love about a nice new polished throttle body with that respectable Ford Racing logo on it?
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