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Waht is trotle position sensor and wear can i locate it?

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All throttle position sensors are located on the throttle body

It is a variable resistor potentiometer with two sides & a
reference voltage & ground from the pcm (computer)

It tells the pcm the throttle plate angle when you press the
gas pedal

Posted on Nov 27, 2012

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