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I recently bought a 2000 CRV and changed the

I recently bought a Honda 2000 CRV and changed the timing belt and water pump at 100,000km (Australia). Unfortunately the radiator then blocked and required repair - some overheating - but didn't seem critical. Since then some very intermittent low idling and very rare loss of engine revs when accelerating in 1st gear. We are getting an error on the Throttle Position Switch - but the idle and rev loss is quite rare! Hard to say if there may be another underlying problem. Thoughts?

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  • j_nairn Jul 12, 2010

    Unfortunately it appears dificult to replace. I'm told that I can only buy the entire throttle body, with all attachments for $1800. Seems a trifle over done - any knowledge on how to acquire the TPS only?

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TPS will cause this problem. Heat destroys them.

Aussie.

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  • Duane Wong
    Duane Wong Jul 12, 2010

    That does seem rather steep in American dollars for such a thing. I was thinking that it would be only $30 for the part.



    Try to buy it used from a salvage yard, maybe, off of a low mileage engine.





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