Find the sensor... Usually there are 3 wires running into the sensor. 1 HOT, 1 GROUND, and 1 return wire. Just short the GROUND and the RETURN wire together with a splice.
One splice that would work is a western splice.
there is no wire it is controlled by a sensor.
Yes as long as you use an approved splice, such as a wire-nut.
It would be best in the wire to the sensor. You will need to solder and heat shrink the wire to prevent corrision.
A wire splice is a specific type of connection between two wires that does not involve soldering.
The speed sensor wire is connected to the speed sensor and goes to the speed sensor relay switch. The speed sensor relay switch is connected to the computer by a separate wire.
A wire splice is the joining of two or more wires together. Commonly this is done with an approved wire joining nut. All slices are to be made in junction boxes to prevent fire should the wire splice become unserviceable.
Yes, you splice a small length of 16 gauge wire to 18 gauge wire for a repair.
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It is the three wire sensor on the throttle body.