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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The TPS is a small switch about the size of a butane lighter. It has 1 electric connector and 2 screws. It is located on the airhorn which is the metal part behind all the plastic ductwork of your engines air filter.
You unscrew the part and it will come off. There is a small slot to match the flap on the shaft it attaches to. The TPS fits onto this shaft and thats all you have to worry about before replacing the screws. Then tighten the part, switch electric connections and you should be done.
If he engine idles a little faster or slower, one of the screw slots is elongnated. You loosen both screws and slightly twist the slot to your preference and then tighten. Thats all it takes.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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