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Username Post: Throttle Body Position Sensor Code P2135        (Topic#272102)
Coyote 
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Posts: 21
Coyote
Loc: West Texas
Reg: 08-12-03
11-15-11 03:55 PM - Post#2158339    

2009 GMC Sierra Crew Cab Z71. 41,000 miles.

Truck went into LIMP mode in the middle of the New Mexican desert between Roswell and Tatum, NM. Reading the manual, learned it would reset after being off for 15 seconds. Also, the manual said it wouldn't occur if you turned Traction Control off, but that didn't work. Limp mode and resets allowed us to work our way into Brownfield, TX to get the code read at Autozone.

P2135 error code Throttle Body Position Sensor

I am seeing alot of information online of many of GM Products having this same issue. I was able to re-create all the symptoms (Stabilitrak Service, Traction Control Service, Reduced Engine Power) at the house by disconnecting the throttle body harness while the truck was running.

This should be covered under the 100K mile drivetrain warranty, no? Or is the dealership gonna try to convince me it is electrical and therefore not covered? I've been a lifelong GM owner, but it always scares me to go to the dealership because they always seem to try to get out of performing warranty work.

Anyone else had this issue?
Raider Power


 
Chevrolet Customer Service 
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Posts: 204
Chevrolet Customer Service
Reg: 07-05-10
11-17-11 01:56 PM - Post#2159046    
    In response to Coyote

Have you contacted the dealer? I would recommend giving them a cal and explaining your concern. They should be able to let you know if this is something that would be covered under warranty. Please feel free to keep me posted. Thank you.

Tricia, Chevrolet Customer Service.
>>>>>> Please check out the new Chevrolet Owner Center at https://my.chevrolet.com/ for more vehicle information!


 
Coyote 
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Posts: 21
Coyote
Loc: West Texas
Reg: 08-12-03
01-03-12 02:02 PM - Post#2175324    
    In response to Chevrolet Customer Service

I guess you didn't read it right. This dealership took care of everything! Great service.

Glad to have my truck back to 100% with no worries.
Raider Power


 
Bad Bowtie 
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Bad Bowtie
Age: 41
Loc: TX
Reg: 07-04-03
01-04-12 10:22 AM - Post#2175600    
    In response to Coyote

(in another thread)

GMC. We are Professional Grade.

http://www.cardomain.com/id/2004VHO


 
whiteZ 
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Posts: 192

Reg: 08-27-04
01-04-12 03:41 PM - Post#2175691    
    In response to Coyote

Mine did the same thing is the middle of the Texas panhandle on New Year Day last Year (Sunday). Limped home. Had to turn the engine off every 15 minutes. It was fixed under powertrain warranty.

 
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