Originally Posted by cmy300hemi
I am curious, does the pedal assy. talk to the throttle body and the MAP sensor? Would this also cause a stalling problem?
The pedal assembly talks to the powertrain control module (PCM) which talks to the throttle body. I think the MAP talks to the PCM also so the PCM can make decisions on ignition timing and TB position.
I can tell you that my engine stalled. Sometimes it ran nearly normal (except in a limp mode), and sometimes it sounded like it was trying to run on two cylinders, and smelled like rotten eggs. I wasn't pretty!
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