On all cars it is located on the throttle plate. That is where the air intake and throttle linkage are located.
A bad governor gear or the throttle valve linkage is not adjusted properly.
Code 12 displayed during self test, per Ford, takes you to test TP, for the throttle position sensor. It could be the failure of the throttle position sensor, idle speed or throttle stop adjustments, throttle shaft or linkage, and/or cruie control linkage.
Throttle linkage between control handle and carburetor is loose or broken.
It is on the throttle body just below the throttle linkage.
if you got an automatic transmission you may have to get a kick down linkage so your transmission will down shift if it needs to when you give it gas that is only if there is not a button on the floor under your gas pedal if there is you dont need one the button does the same thing the cable does
It is on the throttle body, Opposite of where the cables hook on the throttle linkage.
The TBS or "throttle position" sensor is located near the throttle body on the linkage.
Look on the throttle body opposite of the accelerator linkage, most of them are there.
the tps or throttle position sensor is located on the throttle body on the opposite side of the throttle linkage
The throttle position sensor is located on the throttle plate, straight across from the throttle linkage.
The 1998 Honda Accord 3.0 liter engine does not have throttle cable. The automobile has throttle linkage. The linkage is connected at each end with a connecting bolt. Remove the connecting bolt to remove the linkage.
thr throttle sensor is on the throttle body on the opposite side of the linkage
On a 94 Ford 7.3, the throttle POS sensor is on the throttle body. It is on the opposite side of the throttle linkage.
located right of the exhaust manifold and connected to the throttle linkage.
kickdown cable. it connects to the linkage on the carb's throttle. as the throttle goes in the kickdown goes out.
The throttle body does not operate by linkage or cable. It operates by wire (electronic).
Check the shift linkage. oops... specifically the "downshift" linkage, from the throttle control to the transmission.
well if its a carburated engine or has a throttle body it sounds that its throttle linkage has snapped and needs to be replaced. I will assume that the vehicle is carburated and tell you to cxheck the drivers side of the carburetor by taking off the air cleaner and looking at the throttle control on the carb
Cruise control is on check throttle cable/linkage for freedom of movement
If the gas pedal just falls to the floor, that would indicate:the cable connecting it to the throttle has brokencome disconnected from the throttlethe throttle body linkage has brokenThe spring on the throttle linkage has broken (this is one you should be hoping for!)If the cable is still properly connected, the problem then is going to be inside the throttle itself.
Check for a vacuum leak or sticking butterfly valve at the throttle body, or possibly a sticking throttle linkage or throttle cable.
Throttle linkage could be in a bind or TPS is defective. (throttle Position sensor)
You can tell if you have a bad throttle body by reading the error codes with an OBD II reader. The throttle body can also be examined for leaks or linkage issues.