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Ok what is a tps sensor and how do i fix it?

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A tps sensor is a throttle position sensor and is located on the throttle body. it has a weather proof connector and can be purchased at a auto parts store like Napa, Oreills,etc for minimal cost. it should have 2 wires and has 2 screws/bolts that hold it in place it is black in color.

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