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    P1614 code?

    I'm out on water in limp mode with P1614 code. Any one know what it is?
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    Throttle actuator fault

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    Awesome thanks! Got back to ramp. I'll mess with it when I get home. I think its time for a rebuild if its not the connector

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    OK should I be able to manually push open the throttle body?

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    Sooooo common , almost as bad as the IC. ....

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    So that's a YES? I cant get it to open with a light push. Should I pull it and tear it apart?

    OK I can move it now that it's out. Are these even repairable?
    I checked every connection to it. I think I had this code back in early spring and I reset TPS with Candoo. Wondering if this thing is dying on me
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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckmoto View Post
    So that's a YES? I cant get it to open with a light push. Should I pull it and tear it apart?

    OK I can move it now that it's out. Are these even repairable?
    I checked every connection to it. I think I had this code back in early spring and I reset TPS with Candoo. Wondering if this thing is dying on me
    Seen heap of dealers try to repair them with no success ... Most of the time water gets into the circuit board , doesn't take much ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLASHER View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by stuckmoto View Post
    So that's a YES? I cant get it to open with a light push. Should I pull it and tear it apart?

    OK I can move it now that it's out. Are these even repairable?
    I checked every connection to it. I think I had this code back in early spring and I reset TPS with Candoo. Wondering if this thing is dying on me
    Seen heap of dealers try to repair them with no success ... Most of the time water gets into the circuit board , doesn't take much ...
    Great...looks like an $800 part. WTF

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    Take to a dealer first to confirm it is it ...,

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