Question about 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 4WD
The Throttle Position sensor (TPS) is a potentiometer that provides a
voltage signal to the PCM that is directly proportional to the throttle
plate position. The sensor is mounted on the side of the throttle body
and is connected to the throttle plate shaft. The TPS monitors throttle
plate movement and position, and transmits an appropriate electrical
signal to the PCM. These signals are used by the PCM to adjust the
air/fuel mixture, spark timing and EGR operation according to engine
load at idle, part throttle, or full throttle. The TPS is not
Fig. TPS location on the throttle body-typical
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Check the connections at the TPS sensor located on the trottle body Its located on the trottel body on the opposite side of the accelrator cable linkages. Usually this code means TPS needs replaced.
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