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Throttle position sensor location for 1993 ford E250 van

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The TP sensor should always be located on the throttle body, opposite the control cable. it kinda looks like a mushroom and has a 3 wire connector attached to it. held to the side of the throttle body with 2 screws.

Pics of TP sensor here: http://www.rinis-automotive.com/shopimages/products/thumbnails/TP063_FINAL.jpg

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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