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My 1999 rodeo has a throttle position sensor issue .the truck is staying at a high idle i brought and instaled a new sensor it didnt fix the problem how do i resolve? I had a print out done it said open or short circuit or poor eletric connection or throttle boby damage or faulty tp sensor.

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There is a mechanism called the Idle Air Control Valve that is bolted to the throttle body with two bolts. It has an electrical connector plugged into the front of it. When that unit started going defective on my 97 Rodeo, sometimes the car would idle at 2500 RPM when the clutch was pushed in. Other times it stall when the clutch was pushed in. At the time (5 years ago) it cost $41 from Autozone to replace.

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