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#9: 03-08-2007, 11:46 AM
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I am saying that we can alter the table that controls how much the throttle body opens with respect to how much you push down on the gas pedal. If the only problem that is causing your car to not raise the RPM during that delay is the throttle plate not opening, then yes, we can fix that. However, I highly doubt that is the problem. The best thing you can do is show me a data log of what the car is doing when you mash the gas and I can tell you if the problem is related to that table, or something more likely like the tip in enrichenment table.

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