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2004 suzuki verona unable to find exact throttle position sensor for the throttle body on my vehicle. All sensors I've seen look nothing like the one on the throttle body.

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Check out autozone.com or advanceautoparts.com to use as a reference.

Need to specify year, make, and model and engine size.

Posted on Nov 06, 2010

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    Duane Wong Nov 06, 2010

    Throttle Position Sensor Operation:A variable three-wire resistor-type electrical sensor which sends a signal to the electronic control unit relative to the throttle position.


    How To Instructions:

    Inspect - Check for obvious problems.

    Test - Give it an in-depth diagnosis.

    Service - Do the jobs that fix your car.


    The above I got from autozone.com. Does that look light the right part?

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