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Throttle position sensor - CRV

CRV shifts hard right almost when coming to a stop (less than 10 mph). Dealer diagnosed said it was a throttle position sensor, but they only sell the throttle body. $1100. Anyone have this problem? Can I buy afternarket sensor and local mechanic install or does it really need the full throttle body?

I saw similar post...was curious about the hard shifts and what you did to fix?

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Go to scrap yard get the sensor.

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Go to any auto parts store and you can use the meter to see what code it comes up with, The meter has the codes on it and will tell you why the check engine light is coming on.

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SOURCE: where is throttle position sensor located on 2000 honda passport

Normally attached at opposite end of throttle linkage. Remove your air cleaner intake hose at throttle body, and observe throttle plate that opens & closes as you press accelerator, it will be at the end of that, on outside of housing.

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SOURCE: 2003 CR-V Throttle Position Sensor replacement

Try cleaning the IAC (Idle Air Control valve.) by buying spray carb cleaner and removing the air cduct from the engine. On the fuel system side look into the hole and try to locate 2 holes on the side . With the engine running at about 1200 rpms, spray about 10 seconds worth of cleaner at the 2 holes. Turn the engine off. Let the cleaner soak. Then repeat procedure. The IAC can also be removed and cleaned if you wish.

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SOURCE: 2004 Honda Civic -Code P0122 Throttle Position Sensor Voltage Low

yes, this is the case of a failed throttle body, in which case it needs replaced, the car is getting too much fuel causing the high idle. this needs replaced asap. you could proably find a small independant honda shop that could do the work for less.

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SOURCE: Stalls at about 3400 RPM - Everytime!

u could have just replace the main relay and save a lot of money.

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1999 Chevy Metro LSI Loss of acceleration power, on take off only. I have no acceleration power up to the speed of 10 - 15 MPH, after that the car runs fine.


Could be a dead spot in the tps or maybe it needs adjusting.
here is a procedure to adjust:

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  1. Connect a digital multimeter to the throttle position sensor terminals 1 and 2. Measure resistance.
  2. Insert a 0.012 in. (0.3mm) feeler gauge between throttle stop screw and throttle lever.
  3. With retaining screws loosely installed, turn throttle position sensor fully clockwise, then slowly counterclockwise until digital multimeter indicates 0 ohms (continuity).
  4. Tighten screws to 18 inch lbs. (2 Nm).
  5. Insert a 0.035 in. (0.9mm) feeler gauge between throttle stop screw and throttle lever. Digital multimeter should now indicate an open circuit (no continuity).

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PROBLEM: LACKING POWER, AND EXPERIENCING SLUGGISH ACCELERATION


Guessing here, might help to know the make/model/year/engine.
Sounds like you're running in "limp mode" because one of your sensors is either bad or simply not hooked up. Perhaps TPS (throttle position sensor) or MAF (Mass AirFlow)

Nov 12, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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High idle shifts hard but idle will go back down but shifts hard


You'd probably have to take it in to get it diagnosed, but I'm going to guess that it's the electronic throttle body.
The throttle body and throttle position sensor are in the same unit and if one goes bad, you have to replaced the whole thing.

This will cause high idle, stalling, hard shifts and irratic throttle.

Oct 20, 2013 | 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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2000 sunfire not shifting right


will it shift left ?

replace or check the TPS on the throttle body

see if that helps

Mar 22, 2017 | 2000 Pontiac Sunfire

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Ok. My F-150 2004 Ford has a rough idle. It will die when i sometimes come to a stop. Took it to a dealer and they put on the computer and they found the throttle body actuator code in the system. Suspect...


What the dealer told you & what they do, is replace
the entire throttle body for no reason, other than they
can't diagnose their own products & they make money
off you

There are no computers used to diagnose or work on any
motor vehicles
A professional scan tool only sees what the PCM (vehicle
computer) sees & that is where all the problems start

A (TACM) throttle actuator control motor ,is part of the
throttle body & is not replaceable & the whole assy is over
$600.00 plus their unnecessary abuse of labor

All you need is spark plugs that do not have over 60,000
miles on them.
Spray the MAF Sensor with CRC MAF Cleaner & the main
problem you have is solved with spraying the sticking throttle
plate with CRC Throttle Body Cleaner, so it works & you do
not loose throttle position or % & get TACM Codes or
get wacked for a Grand by a dealer, which you should never
be at after the warrantee runs out

Also replace the (2) front O2 Sensors at 100,000 miles

Aug 12, 2011 | 2004 Ford F150

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My Hyundai Santa Fe 2004 doesn't shift down from overdrive when driving at 70 mph. Recently replaced the crankshaft sensor and timing belt. It is an automatic and the other gears seem to shift alright....


You might try testing the tps. It may have a dead spot at the high end of the throttle opening. Make sure the resistance continues to change as you open the throttle all the way.

Throttle Position Sensor

Operation The throttle position sensor is a rotating type variable resistor that rotates with the throttle body-s throttle shaft to sense the throttle valve angle. As the throttle shaft rotates, the throttle angle of the sensor changes and the ECM/PCM detects the throttle valve opening based on the TPS output voltage.
Removal & Installation
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Disconnect the sensor connector.
  3. Remove the sensor retaining screws. Remove the sensor from its mounting.
To install:
  1. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
Testing 2.4L Engine
  1. Disconnect the sensor connector.
  2. Measure the resistance between terminal 1 (sensor ground) and terminal 2 (sensor power).
  3. Specification should be 3.5-6.5 kohm.
  4. Connect and analog ohmmeter between terminal 1 (sensor ground) and terminal 3 (sensor output).
  5. Operate the throttle valve slowly from the idle position to the full open position, and check that the resistance changes smoothly in proportion with the throttle valve opening angle.
  6. If the resistance is out of specification, or fails to change smoothly, replace the sensor.
2.7L Engine
  1. Disconnect the sensor connector.
  2. Measure the resistance between terminal 2 (sensor ground) and terminal 1 (sensor power).
  3. Specification should be 3.5-6.5 kohm.
  4. Connect and analog ohmmeter between terminal 2 (sensor ground) and terminal 3 (sensor output).
  5. Operate the throttle valve slowly from the idle position to the full open position, and check that the resistance changes smoothly in proportion with the throttle valve opening angle.
  6. If the resistance is out of specification, or fails to change smoothly, replace the sensor.
  1. Disconnect the sensor connector.
  2. Measure the resistance between terminal 2 (sensor ground) and terminal 1 (sensor power).
  3. Specification should be 1.6-2.4 kohm.
  4. Connect and analog ohmmeter between terminal 2 (sensor ground) and terminal 3 (sensor output).
  5. Operate the throttle valve slowly from the idle position to the full open position, and check that the resistance changes smoothly in proportion with the throttle valve opening angle.
  6. If the resistance is out of specification, or fails to change smoothly, replace the sensor.
3.5L Engine
  1. Disconnect the sensor connector.
  2. Measure the resistance between terminal 3 (sensor ground) and terminal 1 (sensor power).
  3. Specification should be 3.5-6.5 kohm.
  4. Connect and analog ohmmeter between terminal 3 (sensor ground) and terminal 2 (sensor output).
  5. Operate the throttle valve slowly from the idle position to the full open position, and check that the resistance changes smoothly in proportion with the throttle valve opening angle.
  6. If the resistance is out of specification, or fails to change smoothly, replace the sensor.

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S80 engine surge at idle


You could have a bad or contaminated Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor. You can get a used one online for less then 100. You can also purchase a can of MAF sensor cleaner at a local auto supplies store and clean it. It located right at the air filter housing.

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2002 Grand Cherokee transmission


I believe your throttle positioning sensor is actually to blame. These are just the first signs of it going bad. I had the same problem and if you let it go you will end up on the side of the interstate because it will keep sputtering and dying. Then you will have to have a parts store come deliver a $60 dollar part to you on the side of I-95. It is only two screws and an easy fix. I am about 90 persent sure that is what your problem is.

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Could be a solenoid in the tranny, or the throttle position sensor need calibrating.

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