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Where is the throttle position sensor on the throttle body of a 2004 4.2 ford freestar

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If you see where the throttle moves and throttle cables hook up it's on the opposite sid it's a three wire two bolt sensor.

Posted on Nov 03, 2010

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Need the code PO722 for a 2006 ford freestar 3.9


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When i come to a stop , the car idles down and sometime stalls out


Plz Check Throttle Position Sensor, Idle/Air Control Valve, MAP Sensor As Well As Mass Air Flow Sensor

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Where is the throttle body located


Throttle body is at air intake plenum,where air is going from air filter.

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Where is the throttle position sensor on a 2004 ford ranger


Give yourself some credit

{Throttle Position} where is the throttle ?

It is on the throttle body of all vehicles

You will need a T20 Torx bit to remove --as well
as a hair dryer to soften the thread locker

Keep in mind that NO CODES TELL YOU WHAT
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if you have the code number it would help to understand the problem better... a tps sensor is throttle position sensor and is located on the throttle body...

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The knock sensor is installed in the lower forward area of the block on an OHC V6 engine.
I believe another option to the knock sensor is the "Mass Air Flow Sensor" That would be easy to see from the top side of engine on the Air Inlet tube on the Throttle Body.


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The car races on its own rpm's go to 2500 when idling


you might want to have the Throttle position sensor checked. as they have been known to create this problem.

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