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My tps sensor keeps going out. Ihave replaced it four times already. And it keeps going out. Any ideas

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    Greg Bernett May 11, 2010

    What do you mean it "keeps going out"? Is it getting fried?

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It is located under the headlight. I have replaced it twice and now need to remove everything to check out wiring. If a dealer has already replaced it you may find the opening already there.

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