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Username Post: TAC module; replace or refurbish        (Topic#205511)
BigSilver 
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Reg: 06-04-08
12-18-08 11:03 PM - Post#1587956    

2003, 2500, Chevy Suburban, 6L

a) Can a TAC module be reprogramed?
If not, can a second hand TAC, from a scrap yard,
be retrofitted to the Suburban?

b) In either replacement scenario,
would the Suburban learn and adapt with the donner TAC?

c) What would be the GM part number for the TAC module?

d) Whats the typical cost for a TAC module?

Reason for the interest in changing the TAC, is that my present unit causes hysteresis to the butterfly movement.
Both the butterfly and accelerator pedal sensor have been replaced, and wiring verified.

Edited by BigSilver on 12-18-08 11:07 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
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