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My etc light is flashing on and off

The truck feels like it will stall or has no power called and got a throttle sensor only i cant find where it goes on the truck i have a 2003 Dodge Ram 4x4 5.7

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The throttle position sensor should be located on the side of the throttle body or on the fuel injection pump. If it is one of the models on the throttle body it will be attached at the end of the throttle shaft. If the engine is setting code 24 and idles erratically that is the problem. If it is setting a different code tps is not the problem

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