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    P2135 code

    Anyone ever had this code a not had an issue wit the pedal or the throttle body? I have tried new ones of both and still sets that code at about 75-80% throttle. I've checked the wiring and it hasn't been pinched or melted anywhere. ECM issue?
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    Is it low on toner? (HP Laserjet P2035)

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    hahaha sorry fat fingered the code number. 2135
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    What are you working on?

    Are the APP & TB & TAC matched to the original application for the PCM & OS?

    Swap vehicle?

    Stock harness or modified stock harness or aftermarket harness?

    Have you verified the pinouts at all the components at both ends?

    Have you verified the wiring/pinout info you're using is correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindsquirrel View Post
    What are you working on?

    Are the APP & TB & TAC matched to the original application for the PCM & OS?

    Swap vehicle?

    Stock harness or modified stock harness or aftermarket harness?

    Have you verified the pinouts at all the components at both ends?

    Have you verified the wiring/pinout info you're using is correct?
    408/ stroked 6.0 stock heads, connect and cruise harness and computer. haven't got into checking pin outs yet. Was just wondering if anyone had seen anything like that. I have extra known good pedal, throttle body, and ecm. same issue. im guessing its got to be a wiring problem.
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    Can we start with a year, since that's the very first thing I have to enter when looking up service info? And then the make? And platform? Or is it a secret? Proprietary? Can't post the files?

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    It's a GM connect and cruise kit, I couldn't tell you if the designate them by year. thanks for your help I found the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hot Rod Specialties View Post
    It's a GM connect and cruise kit, I couldn't tell you if the designate them by year. thanks for your help I found the problem.
    And no feedback on what the problem was?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtstorey View Post
    And no feedback on what the problem was?
    Sorry, I had a power issue to the trans computer. I never though it would've caused it.
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