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It is on the throttle body!!
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Clean the throttle body
The 1991 Saturn throttle position sensor can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The throttle position sensor will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
It's a part of the throttle body assembly.
your question makes no sense. but i think the answer is internal combustion There is a steel cable going from the accelerator pedal to the throttle body, and on the throttle body there is a Throttle Position Sensor which tells the computer how hard you are pushing.
A bad throttle position sensor, on your 1991 Saturn, will cause the engine to run rough when it is idling. The engine will run normally at higher speeds.
throttle posistion sensor or vacuum leak
Year? Replace ECTS and clean the throttle body
On the front of the engine near the throttle body
Look in the fuse box.
They are located on the IAT itself which is on the throttle body
There are only three located at the top of the throttle body
CALL THE POLICE!
Trouble code P2100 means: Throttle actuator control (TAC) motor-open circuit Trouble code P2119 means: Throttle actuator control throttle body range/performance
95 is OBDI so just use all the sensors from the original car, the throttle body and fuel rail. Cranks are the same.
The throttle position sensor is on the throttle body. That's the part of the engine that controls the amount of air allowed into the engine. To find the throttle body, follow the air intake routing toward the engine. The throttle body is the part that sits on the intake manifold. To find the throttle position sensor, follow the throttle cable to the throttle body. If it helps, have someone press down and release the throttle pedal while you're looking for the throttle body/position sensor. The throttle cable causes a shaft to turn, that's the part that controls the air coming into the engine. The throttle position sensor is connected to that shaft.
Thermostat bad or missing or engine not running.
IAC(idle air controll)ok, when you look under the hood, follow your intake hose to the bore, you will see the throttle body, it is located right about the throttle cables, is has 2 wires runnin into it, hard to miss, for removal you have to dismantle the throttle body, and remove the nipple from the throttle body, which is 2 bolts, 10mm i think.
Look under the hood, at the throttle body assembly. You should see the accelerator cable attached to a pulley like assembly and when the pedal is depressed, the cable should move the throttle valve. The throttle position sensor is attached to the shaft that the throttle cable is moving. It will be the part with the electrical connections.
There is a throttle position sensor mounted to the throttle body. That's the place where the air intake valve sits near the top of the engine. Look for the throttle butterfly valve; on the end of the butterfly valve shaft should be a little sensor with wires connected; that's the throttle position sensor.
dirty throttle body bad IAC sticking (worn or dirty) EGR valve something else
The car is getting old. Check for broken or disconnected vacuum lines perhaps throttle plate is stuck, try a screwdriver in throttle body to free up