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I need to know where the throttle position sensor is in my 2000 dodge durango v8 magnum 5.9

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I have a 4.7 but I believe the TSP is in the same place - looking at the throttle body from the drivers side fender, there should be two electrical plugs. The TSP is the bottom plug - disconnect the connector, and loosen the two torx screws holding it in - 5 min fix.

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