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Fix throttle senser

How to change old for new

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    yadayada Feb 19, 2012

    Do you mean the Throttle position sensor (TPS)? Do you have the new part?

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This is simple, on the throtlebody you will first make sure key is off and not turned on until new sensor is installed. remove the connector from the tps, next remove the two screws holding it to throtlebody, remove tps sensor, when installing new sensor you need to make sure that the arm in the throtlebody is connect to new sensor. if you look at sensor its spring loaded so make sure it goes in correctly so it moves sensor. fix throttle senser - 2_19_2012_11_56_15_pm.jpg

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