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Old 12-01-2008, 06:44 PM   #1
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Default DTC - P061B......Help Me Please...Anyone!

My car went into "limp-home" mode (two weeks ago) from a hard acceleration in 4th gear which caused the light to come on. I connected my scan tool and it came up with a "throttle/pedal position sensor" issue. I figured it was me hot rodding that caused it to come on, so I erased it and it went away until today when I was cruising in 5th gear. It came back on but with a check engine light this time. I connected it and it gave me
DTC - P061B Internal Control Module Torque Calculation Performance

Has anyone delt with this issue in the past? My car is out of warranty, so I am trying to fix it myself in a shop if I can. Or atleast so I can know what to expect.
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Old 12-03-2008, 03:35 PM   #2
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It is not listed. Well I didn't see it i should say. This would help me out a bunch if I could find it but I don't see it listed.
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i had that for the longest time then i got the money to replace the tps and hasnt done it since 90 bucks for a new one from the dealer.
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i had that for the longest time then i got the money to replace the tps and hasnt done it since 90 bucks for a new one from the dealer.
I am going to do that also because the first two times it went on "limp-home" mode the codes were TPS related. Then this last time it was this P061B code. I'll update on here late on down the road to see if it went away or not. Thanks.
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