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10forty2

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I used to have a 1988 Chevy pickup with TBI. It got to stumbling and running like an old dog. Turns out it was only the throttle body gasket that needed replacing. Took a 10mm socket and about 30 minutes to fix.....


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10forty2 wrote:

I used to have a 1988 Chevy pickup with TBI. It got to stumbling and running like an old dog. Turns out it was only the throttle body gasket that needed replacing. Took a 10mm socket and about 30 minutes to fix.....


Gasket as in the intake manifold > TBI gasket?


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psalm10720 wrote:

It’s a P30 chasis not P32. I only come in a short time each month. Situation is ok. Will post if I need assistance. Case closed.

Actually it is a P32 for a motorhome and the term P30 is purely generic.


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psalm10720 wrote:

1993 Chevy 454 P30


That year is a fuel injected throttle body

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udidwht wrote:

10forty2 wrote:

I used to have a 1988 Chevy pickup with TBI. It got to stumbling and running like an old dog. Turns out it was only the throttle body gasket that needed replacing. Took a 10mm socket and about 30 minutes to fix.....


Gasket as in the intake manifold > TBI gasket?


It was listed as the Throttle Body Gasket when I got it....it was between the TB and the intake. Best I remember, there were two bolts holding the TB in place....removed them, slightly lifted the TB, removed the old gasket and replaced it with the new one.

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