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I need to replace the throttle position sensor on my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.0l 6cyl,but I cant locate it on the engine. Can you show me an engine diagram with that part on it?

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It will be on the opposite side of the throttle,where the throttle cable hooks upI need to replace the throttle position sensor on - ed460c0.jpg

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It is located inside the air input tube of the intake manifold (where the "flap" would be located on an old carbureted car air filter

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SOURCE: diagram throttle position sensor for jeep grand

Take the Intake Air Hose off. This goes from the Air Filter to the Throttle Housing. When you see the Throttle Gate draw a horizontal line across the center - this should be the the Throttle Gate Pivot Arm. The Throttle Position Sensor is lined up with this Pivot Arm. It should be the only sensor lined-up with this. There should be a Idle Air Sensor that is located above this, but this is not lined-up to the Throttle Gate Pivot Arm.
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SOURCE: Need to replace TPS on 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee 6cyl

it will be located on the throttle body

Posted on May 14, 2009

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Take the Intake Air Hose off. This goes from the Air Filter to the Throttle Housing. When you see the Throttle Gate draw a horizontal line across the center - this should be the the Throttle Gate Pivot Arm. The Throttle Position Sensor is lined up with this Pivot Arm. It should be the only sensor lined-up with this. There should be a Idle Air Sensor that is located above this, but this is not lined-up to the Throttle Gate Pivot Arm.
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