Need help guys.....i got these codes after cleaning my throttle body.
P2110 Throttle Actuator Ctrl Sys-Forced Limited RPM
P2118 Throttle Actuator Ctrl Motor Current Range/Perf
I was driving the car after cleaning the throttle body and got the lightning bolt light and shortly after that, the car went into limp mode. I shut the car off and restarted. It ran a bit rough, but was able to get home. took the car to the dealership and they asked me if i cleaned the throttle body and i told them that i had. They said that they had to flash the computer and that all was fixed. Driving home from the dealership...it happened again right as i hit the brake coming off the interstate. I have searched the forums and found others that had the same problem, but was unable to find a resolution. Any help would be appreciated.
I have a stock 05 Magnum RT 5.7l
This is driving me crazy...thanks in advance
Have you checked the plug connection??? Unplug the TB connection and plug it back in........It might not be getting a good connection.......
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Here are the causes of your 2 codes.
Trouble Code: P2110
Electronic Throttle Control Forced Limited RPM
Trouble Code Conditions:Ignition is on and ETC motor is working. When the PCM requests to limit engine speed, if the PWM is too high for 20.5 seconds and before P2118 sets. This one-trip fault will set within 5 seconds. The ETC light will be illuminated.
Trouble Code: P2118
- Throttle plate stuck
- ETC positive circuit is open or is shorted to ground
- ETC negative circuit is open or is shorted to ground
- ETC motor has failed
- PCM has failed
Electronic Throttle Control Motor Circuit Malfunction
Trouble Code Conditions:Ignition is on and ETC motor is not in limp-home mode. When the PCM detects an internal error or short between the ETC motor and ETC motor positive circuits in the ETC motor driver. The ETC light will be flashing.
- Throttle plate or bore malfunctions
- ETC positive circuit is open or is shorted to ground, battery voltage or ETC negative circuit
- ETC negative circuit is open or is shorted to ground or to battery voltage
- ETC motor has malfunctioned
- PCM has failed