The Guide to Clean Throttle Body on 05-10 Chrysler 300
We’re going to be working with our 2006 Chrysler 300 3.5 liter v6, we’re going to show you how to remove and replace your engine’s throttle body and clean any carbon deposits and buildup off of it to get air flowing through your engines.
Open the hood latch on your vehicle, open it fully will loosen the clamp at the throttle body with a flat blade screwdriver.
Disconnect the connector from the throttle body, there is a little red safety tab, push down the tab and remove the connector. We’ll remove the two 10 millimeter nuts from the throttle body, remove the two 15 millimeter bolts at the bottom of the throttle body bracket. Remove the bracket in the throttle body, remove the four 10 millimeter bolts on the throttle body, remove the throttle body from the intake.
Brace the intake and throttle body cleaner onto the carbon deposits on the back side of the throttle body blade by using a nylon brush. Spray it down and remove all the debris, loosened up give it another scrub until everything is nice and clean. Give it a quick spray to knock out any debris, we’ll open that blade up by hand. When it is clean, reinstall it on the vehicle.
There are alignment tabs for when you set the throttle body back onto the intake manifold, reinstall your 10millimeter Hardware, reconnect the electrical connector onto the throttle body, reinstall the two 15millimeter bolts at the bottom of the bracket by hand, tighten up the two 15 millimeter bolts at the bottom of the bracket with your socket and ratchet tighten up the two 10 millimeter nuts at the top.
Install the other end of the intake boot onto the throttle body, tighten it up via flat blade screwdriver. Reinstall the coolant tank line bracket on the side of the intake tube, reinstall the map sensor into the intake tube.