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  1. take off the air intake hose, and its on the right side of the throttle body if your standing in front of the truck looking at the engine. its right under where the throttle cable connects to the throttle body, two screws hold it on, you might need a stubby screw driver to access the rear...

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 21/06/2012

  2. It contributes to the calculations about load, signaled by other sensors. It tells the EEC how far open the throttle body is. Signal voltage increases with movement of the throttle blade shaft. Failures...

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 10/08/2013

  3. Side of throttle body.Look where large intake hose after the air cleaner housing attached to.

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 15/09/2011

  4. it is located on the side of the trottle body opposite of the trottle linkage. small black sensor with two torx bit screws holding it on. hope this helps

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 10/05/2008

  5. in most cases all of the Monitors will reset after about 40-60 miles of city driving. when the codes are cleared out of the computer, all the emissions monitors have to go through a monitoring cycle. driving in the city...

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 27/08/2009

  6. check voltage values for tps many are slightly adjustible. see service manual for voltage specs and adjustment. tps is typicaly 0-5v range with a perticular voltage at closed throttle (hot engine) use digital meter type only!! test incoming voltage supply and output voltage returning...

    3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 28/12/2007

  7. try your mechanic

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 29/09/2006

  8. I would check for any leaks in the system

    1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 22/11/2010

  9. Spray it wherever you want to clean, it is only solvent no matter the label. Keep in mind to wipe residue off the sensors before reinstalling.

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 10/06/2015

  10. usually a bad tps will cause a stumble on tip in acceleration or at cruising speeds. the reason that it causes problems in those two areas is because that is where the most movement occurs

    2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 10/01/2008

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