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If you realize you put your throttle position sensor on wrong on your 2000 expedition will that damage the part ..Can you always go back later and adjust

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Yes it will get damaged.Get it replaced.
For How To Test and Replace Throttle Position Sensor and where it is located,how to test if its replaced properly,click the link below:
http://carrepairworld.blogspot.com/2015/04/how-to-replace-throttle-position-sensor_70.html

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THERE IS NO CONVENTIONAL TPS, THROTTLE POSITION IS PART OF THE DRIVE BY WIRE SYSTEM IN THE THROTTLE BODY ASSEMBLY

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