2018 P2119 Code on Whipple

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    (repost from facepage) Jon Lund jr: Take the gasket off from the TB and RTV. Torque the bolts to 7.5 ft lbs. had a customer with a 132mm have p2119 do that and it fixed it. And it’s working on a couple 150mm. Seems to be related to the bore twisting and causing bind. P2119 by definition is failed return spring. It’s part of the stuck blade logic. It’s new for 18+. Usually p2112 or p2111 is what we’ve seen for similar issues on 17 and older.

    Jon Lund jr: technical explanation is warping of bore. Uneven torque. Think of bolting a head onto an engine block with uneven deck surface.
     
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    From whipple:

    We made a discovery, its possible the blade is sticking the bore due the gasket behind the throttle body. Please remove the gasket, try using anerobic silicone or a thin layer of RTV silicone and see if this helps your issue. It's only been on a 150mm but its worth trying.

    Its not the spring, that's what they say but its for sure not that. If the throttle doesn't reach its target position (within its error amount) in .10 seconds, it sets this code. We are changing the time to .25 on some cals to help.
     
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    Lund’s customer helped me out on this. He is a forum member as well. I actually made a gasket out of thin rubber to avoid the RTV mess and it seems to have worked.
     
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    How's the fix working was it finally resolved?
     
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    Well, my rubber gasket idea worked, but only briefly. After a couple of weeks, I got a vacuum leak. I pulled the throttle body and part of the gasket actually melted. So I used high temp black RTV and problem solved. I haven’t had the code or limp mode since. It also worked for another member that was having the same issue
     
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    Same thing just happened to me tried fuse trick and now it’s back to normal
     
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    It worked for me too, until I spun the tires again. Odds are you’ll still need to scrap the gasket for RTV. It seems to be the only permanent fix. Good luck!
     
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    I used anaerobic sealant on mine and still getting the code ,,, it does fine under normal driving ... only seems to do it when you give it the sauce and the car spins bad ,, anymore suggestions ?
     
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    whos tune?
     
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    Mine is PBD
     
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    Have you talked with them about the code?
     
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    Lund
     
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    Both company’s should have a solution for you guys
     
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