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I have a 2006 chevy aveo. i was told the throttle position sensor was out. i bought the sensor. i cannot find the location on the engine where it goes. is there a photo available which would show the location of this sensor anywhere?

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You do not have a TPS in your car.. I too have a 2006 ChevyAveo.. We have 2 TPS's located inside our Throttle body.. I had the same problem. I have completely replace the throttle body. IT fixed the problem, but when it gets dirty i have to clean it with carberator cleaner. if you clean it don't spray it into it because you ruin the sensors.. BTW you better have small hands to replace the throttle body, i have to use my camera phone to locate he bolts.

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    our car has an electroncic gas pedal unfortnately :(

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Easiest thing to do would be to follow the air intake tube to the throttle body.( big round rubber or plastic that goes from front area of car to engine and is usually held on with a clamp where it attaches to intake of throttle body) Right in that area, you will see your throttle linkage/cable etc, and where it pivots when gas pedal is pushed. Look opposite side of that housing and you should see the throttle position sensor.

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I beleive that there is, specifically for chevrolet aveo 2006 a technician service bulletins.

You should have it checked at gm dealer!!!

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TSB Number: SB-08-06-04-004
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