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Numerous possible causes. First thing I suggest you check/inspect is the Throttle Position Sensor. This sensor is located on the throttle body and has a three-pin connector connected to it. You'll want to find out if the sensor (it's a potentiometer, a rheostat) has any poor contact points inside. This can be done by using an analog ohm meter. If you don't know how to do this, ask someone who does to show you. What you'll be doing is checking to see if the 'resistance' in the potentiometer changes erratically as you rotate the throttle opening, indicating there are bad spots in the pot. If this is the case, the pot is sending these signals to the engine computer, and the computer (ECU) uses this voltage/resistance signal to compute the engine load expected by the driver's input on the accelerator pedal.
Remove the sensor retaining screws. Remove the sensor from its mounting.
Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
tps is located on throttle body across from accelerator cable make sure to mark the angle with a punch or mark so when install new one it will be in the same position ' hope this helps plz vote comment or reply if need more help