Side of throttle body.Look where large intake hose after the air cleaner housing attached to.
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 15/09/2011
It will be mounted on the side of the throttle body on the opposite side of were the throttle cable is connected. It will be the small black thing held on with 2 screws and a plug with 3 wires.
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 01/01/2014
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
If there's a chance you sprayed cleaner on the MAF sensor you can unplug it and then start the car. Unplugging the MAF will make the motor run on a fail safe mode with a preprogrammed MAF reading which may let the motor run. If it runs...
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 21/09/2010
It is Always helpful to provide the DTC Number "P0122" (not the code description) when diagnosing a vehicle concern! A restricted Catalytic converter is a common issue to cause a power loss!
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 21/01/2012
I would not be concerned about those readings. the main thing is that resistance should increase steadily with the throttle, and not have any unexpected dips or spikes while you open or close the throttle slowly. what sort of problem are you trying to fix?
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 20/06/2012
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
- related to TPS