If you are able to all you need is a set of good pliers, and try really hadr to grip the two ends and turn the rivet out. All you need is like 1 or 2 turns then you can take over wiht you hand. Afterwards it would be really helpfull to go to the harware stor and buy little srews that match so you dont have to do it again. I'm pretty sure you have to drill out the two OEM rivets that attaches the TPS to the TB. Use pop rivets to reattach.
remove and reinstall
Disconnect the battery. On the side of the throttle body, disconnect the wiring from the position sensor. Remove the bolts from the sensor, and lift the sensor off, reverse the procedure to install the new one.
The 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue throttle position sensor is held in place with two retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws and the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new throttle position sensor.
REMOVALDisconnect the negative battery cable.Loosen the clamp for the air duct at the throttle body.Remove the mounting bolt and nut for the air cleaner box.Pull the air cleaner box and throttle body up to access the throttle position sensor.Remove the throttle position sensor.INSTALLATIONInstall the throttle positionLocate the air cleaner box and throttle body and tighten the mounting bolt and nut.Install the air duet hose and tighten the clamp.Connect the negative battery cable.
It is located on throttle body, opposite side of where throttle cable is located- Unplug it, remove any screws or bolts holding it on then install new part in reverse order.
it is located in the throttle body. On the bottem. You need to remove the air filter hoses, remove the 4 bolts to the throttle body and then 2 screws to remove the tps.
Bearings require a mechanical press to be properly changed in an Acura Integra. Remove the hub from the vehicle and take it to a press. The machine will properly install a new bearing and ensure a safe install.
It is located on the bottom of the throttle body. You can find the throttle body by following the two big air pipes from the air filter box, they end at the throttle body. To access the throttle position censor you must remove the throttle body.
There are two bolts and a wiring harness connector that need to be removed. Remove the connector first ,then the bolts. Install new one and re-assemble. Pretty easy to do and easily accessible.
It is located on the outside of the throttle body in line with the butterfly. Remove the air intake from the throttle body and it will be accessable on the back side of the throttle body. Easier to work on if you remove the throttle body. Easier to clean it too.
To remove the throttle position sensor: 1. Unplug the electrical harness. 2. Remove the bolt that holds the tps in place. 3. Remove the tps. To install a new tps reverse the removal procedure. There is no adjustment given.
Disconnect battery negative. You have to take off your throttle and cruise control cables from the top of your throttle body. Then unplug your idle motor and TP sensor. Then take and remove and mark all your vacuum hoses from the throttle body. Remove the 4 bolts holding the throttle body to the plenium. Unbolt the TPS and install in reverse. Get a new throttle body gasket in case you old one rips but I would use a new one anyway.
To change a starter from a 1993 Acura Integra remove the mounting bolts that connect it to the transmission. Then unplug the solenoid from the wire harness. Install the new unit.
You can remove the governor on an acura integra by having the ecu chipped.
Your TPS is located toward the bottom of your throttle body. If lucky, you can remove it with an offset screwdriver, otherwise you will need to remove the throttle body so you can turn it over and have access to the TPS. I had to unplug my MAS, EGR, IAC, and TPS, remove the air inlet between the air filter and throttle body, remove throttle cable mount and remove two brackets, 1 under and 1 behind the throttle body before it would come off and allow access to the TPS screws. A lot of work for 2 little screws. If there is a simpler solution out there, I would really love to hear about it. I would rather work smarter than harder.
i found it easier to remove the throttle body to access the tps sensor. the screws can be somewhat difficult to loosen due to corrosion and position of the sensor.
remove the bad cable and put the good one! ;-)
The headlight assembly on a 1998 Acura Integra is held on by brackets. To remove them loosen the bolts on the brackets. Pull the housings off. Install the new housings by placing them on the brackets.
Remove the wiring harness from your speed sensor. Remove the speed sensor retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new speed sensor.
I have a 2004 Alero and I just figured out today and replaced my throttle positon sensor. I'm not sure what the black plastic "box" is called that is above the throttle assembly...but I had to remove that to get to the throttle position sensor underneath. If you can locate the two wires that control the throttle assembly...then the throttle position sensor is on the other side of the throttle assembly. I had to remove the large tube that went from the air filter to the black plastic "box" above the throttle assembly. Also disconnected anything else connected to that black plastic "box". Then pulled that "box" up and right there on the left side of the throttle assembly was the throttle assembly sensor. Here is a web page with a picture that helped me figure out where it was. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Throttle_position_sensor
Not comprehensive; install, bring, place, inaugurate, put, position.
A throttle position sensor on any car is on the side of the throttle body. You can backprobe it with a voltmeter to check its operation. If you remove it, you'll have to calibrate it with the voltmeter, adjusting it within slotted holes.
Remove the tire and wheel. Remove the and to the axle. Remove the wheel bearing seal, with a seal puller. Remove the wheel bearing. Reverse the process to install the new wheel bearing.
Remove the engine shroud and locate your air intake on the left hand (passenger) side of the engine. Follow the intake to the point that it connects to the throttle body. Directly behind this connection between the throttle body and the firewall you will find the throttle position sensor. The electrical clip has a housing on it that needs to be removed before you can remove the switch. Remove the engine shroud and locate your air intake on the left hand (passenger) side of the engine. Follow the intake to the point that it connects to the throttle body. Directly behind this connection between the throttle body and the firewall you will find the throttle position sensor. The electrical clip has a housing on it that needs to be removed before you can remove the switch.
Disconnect the negative cable from the battery, Remove air filter housing, Relieve fuel pressure, wrap a shop rag around fuel line fitting before you loosen it, Disconnect vacuum lines, electrical plugs, throttle cable and fuel lines from throttle body, Remove bolts holding the throttle body to the intake manifold, Remove throttle body, Remove all of the old throttle body gasket material from both surfaces, Reverse procedure to install.