Throttle Body ruined by ccv fix
Immediately after my CCV was replaced, the brake warning light, eml and (!) came on. I could not drive over 20 mph. None of these were issues BEFORE taking the car into the dealership for the CCV. Even their own diagnostic test was devoid of any issues relating to the throttle body. The dealership refused to admit that perhaps one of their technicians may have not been careful fixing the CCV. I only know this because after some research, I understand that in order to replace the CCV you must REMOVE the throttle body, but be incredibly careful when doing it so you don't damage the throttle body. Can anyone confirm this understanding that I have? I smell a lawsuit, but want to be sure I understand what my research revealed. Thanks.