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Nissan 4.8 litre throttle position sensor

Goes to limp mode. effects the automatic transission change

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Not 100% sure on your exact car but nissan TPS usually are on the opposite side of the TB from the butterfly return spring.

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the sensor is on the end of the throttle plate rod, should have four wires

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