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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
on a 2006 it is on the throttle body at the throttle plate. There are actually three TPS sensors in this configuration. One attached to the gas pedal. One attached to the throtle body And, one located inside the top of the engine block. The defective TPS sensor is removable with four screws. American Suzuki has to be a pain in the *** by selling it only as part of the entire throttle body.
Posted on Sep 18, 2011
There are only two screws on most TPS Sensors
Either a T20 Torx head or a small Hex & of coarse
the wire connector
A Code for that or any sensor, doesn't mean or tell you
to replace it.
Codes are used along with reference material & diagnostic
charts,to decide what & how to test things
Nothing ever gets replaced, that is not understood or
has not failed a test
To do so otherwise, is the Push & Poke,Wish & Hope
Diagnostic theory, of throwing parts at something,thus
You may have to use a hair dryer to soften the threadlocker on the screws
Posted on Jun 08, 2012
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