Problematic Honda Jazz - repair or sell?

My Honda Jazz had a new clutch two months ago (£800) and has now developed problems with the throttle body, which will cost £550 to fix. It is 2005 model and has 105,000 miles on the clock. Should I keep paying for the repairs, or get something else?

Asked on 26 August 2016 by ABH

Answered by Honest John
If the problem is dirt in the throttle body, try a fuel system cleaning additive and run it exclusively on Shell V-Power Nitro Plus. That might 'fix' it. Are you sure the problem isn't the mass airflow sensor in the throttle body?
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