Has anyone else had thier electronic throttle control light come on? Was driving my Caliber yesterday on a long trip(12 hours) About 9 hours into the drive, I was pulling off the freeway to top off with gas before a long climb up the mountain from Sacramento to Lake Tahoe. Coasting down the off ramp just fine, come to a stop because the light was red. As soon as I stop, I hear the ding and look down to see a flashing lighting bolt light on the dash. I was thinking charging system problem at first. Light goes green, I hit the gas, and the car just starts jerking and barely going. Keep the pedal pushed down and I'm able to get moving and heading down the street, but the car is still bucking. Another light before I can turn into a gas station. I shut the car off and start it again. Light still flashing on the dash. Barely make it into the gas station it's bucking so badly. Pull into a parking spot, shut off the car and pop the hood. Look up the light in the owners manual and it's for the electronic throttle control. Manual says if light is flashing could cause loss of power and erratic throttle movement(NO SHYT!!!) Everything looks good under the hood, connectors on the throttle body are tight. Get back in, start it up, and light stays off. Drive over to the gas pump, and it drives fine. Fill up and complete the trip without another problem.