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Old 02-20-2017, 12:36 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Shuddering on decel

Hey Guys,

I didn't see a similar post for this and was wondering if anyone else had this issue. I just cleaned the throttle body, no high idle from what I can tell, but I get a shuddering when I take my foot off the gas to decel as well as during accel @ around 40 mph. Car does not throw any codes either. Anybody have any suggestions? Hoping to not have to replace the TB.
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Default Re: Shuddering on decel

You need to perform the relearn procedure.

http://forums.nicoclub.com/how-to-pe...n-t576592.html
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Default Re: Shuddering on decel

You need to perform relearn procedure after you touch the throttle body.
http://forums.nicoclub.com/how-to-pe...n-t576592.html
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Default Re: Shuddering on decel

Thanks for the reply, I did do the relearn procedure, but I'll give it another try sometime tonight. I might not have done it correctly.
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Did you plug in everything correctly? Try the relearn a few more times as well.
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