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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Sometimes I seriously hate this car. Codes inside. in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Originally Posted by justin311 Just out of curiousity, why would you do dat? To get the sensor in the airflow ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by justin311 View Post
    Just out of curiousity, why would you do dat?
    To get the sensor in the airflow better. Makes for more accurate readings.

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    Re: Sometimes I seriously hate this car. Codes inside.

    Quote Originally Posted by justin311 View Post
    Just out of curiousity, why would you do dat?
    Some of us have/are replacing the sensor thermistor with a better, faster acting and more accurate one to try to combat heatsoak.

    There is also the option to extend the thermistor further down into the airflow to get the most accurate reading possible.

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    Re: Sometimes I seriously hate this car. Codes inside.

    Quote Originally Posted by Max-Q View Post
    Your throttle body went bad. I had the same codes last month. Left me stranded on the side of the road and I had to call a tow.

    Luckily the dealer replaced my TB under warranty even with it being bolted to a maggie

    Then they even ground down the casting on the TB so it would fit under the hood

    I believe he's 100% correct. The EXACT same thing happened to me, except I was 200+ miles from home. The dealer I took it to also replaced it under warranty, even with a maggie on it.

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    Re: Sometimes I seriously hate this car. Codes inside.

    Its already up and running again! TB was the problem. My 90 works perfect!

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    Re: Sometimes I seriously hate this car. Codes inside.

    Quote Originally Posted by ctsv154 View Post
    Its already up and running again! TB was the problem. My 90 works perfect!
    That maggie is the most beautiful maggie I think I've EVER seen...

    Oh wait...

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    Re: Sometimes I seriously hate this car. Codes inside.

    Thanks again Luna. The blower has been flawless.

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    Re: Sometimes I seriously hate this car. Codes inside.

    Quote Originally Posted by CTSV_510 View Post
    Some of us have/are replacing the sensor thermistor with a better, faster acting and more accurate one to try to combat heatsoak.

    There is also the option to extend the thermistor further down into the airflow to get the most accurate reading possible.
    Should i look into doing that before install? My 90mm snout is being polished, so install is being pushed.

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    Re: Sometimes I seriously hate this car. Codes inside.

    I would if I were you. It'll be easier while the maggie is off.

    All the info is in this thread: http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...t-up-your.html

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