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Where is the tp sensor located on a 2006 chevy aveo? And how do you change it?

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The tp sensors are usually in the tire and wheel assemblies and may be part of the valve stem

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CHEVY AVEO 2006 ERROR CODE P2135.


should not have to pay for same part twice.take vechicle back to dealership tell them car not fixed you have same problem.let them know you payed them to fix car.same problem still exist.code p2135 problem could be the tps sensor or signal circuit to sensor wires and connector have a short or problem could be throttle body assembly damaged.

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CODE P2135 THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR 1 - 2 CORRELATION ERROR CONDITIONS, POSSIBLE CAUSES TP SENSOR 1 SIGNAL LOW REFERENCE OR 5V VREF CIRCUIT IS OPEN, TP SENSOR 2 SIGNAL LOW REFERENCE OR 5V VREF CIRCUIT IS OPEN, TP SENSOR 1 SIGNAL CIRCUIT IS SHORTED TO THE TP2 SIGNAL CIRCUIT, THROTTLE BODY ASSEMBLY IS DAMAGED OR IT HAS FAILED.

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'06 chevy aveo vacuum leak at the intake manifold. Is this a common problem with the aveo's? Can it be sealed without removing the manifold? Also, are throttle position sensors a common problem with aveos?


Proper resealing and problem resolution (warpage, etc.) cannot be done without removing and inspecting...
TPI sensors are problems on many cars, not a huge deal....

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2006 chevy aveeo throtte position sensor where is located and how do you change and adjust it


THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR IS ON THE THROTTLE BODY ASSEMBLY.ALL YOU DO IS DISCONNECT TPS CONNECTOR AND REMOVE THE RETAINING BOLTS.INSTALL THE NEW TPS IN PLACE.MAKE SURE THROTTLE VALVE IS CLOSED.TORQUE RETAINING BOLTS TO 18 INCH POUND AND CONNECT THE TPS CONNECTOR THATS ALL YOU FINISHED.

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Throtte position sensor location and how do you change and adjust on a 2006 aveo 1.6 engine


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Chevy aveo error codes. I have a check engine light on.code p2135


P2135 Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) Property Malfunction, remember this is not a car that is built by GM it is a Korean import.

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There is a special socket for O2 sensors which allow the wires to stick out and not get twisted up. It's not expensive and available at most auto parts stores. Disconnect the sensor from the wiring harness, with the plug and then use the socket to remove and replace the new sensor. Re-connect electrical plug.

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