Question about 1988 Ford F 150
To be exact one would need to know the type/year of auto/engine. but basic would be to look at the bottom/side of your throttle boby and you will see a sensor with two screws bolted on. there will be an electical wire attached to it. The sensor will, when screws are loose, move a little for adjustment. Hope this helps,
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have you checked for a vacuum leak? Be suspicious of the solenoids you see with vacuum lines going to them. I think it has 3 or 4 of them. don-ohio
Posted on Oct 09, 2011
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The throttle actuator motor
The throttle position (TP) sensor 1 and 2
The throttle body functions are similar to a conventional throttle body with the following exceptions:
An electric motor opens and closes the throttle valve.
The throttle blade is spring loaded in both directions and the default position is slightly open.
There are 2 individual TP sensors within the throttle body assembly.
Oh yea it has two TPS - throttle position sensors ! An you have to replace the whole assembly !
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