You would have to use a dimmer switch I would think.
There is an "Idle Air Control Valve" on the passenger side of the intake, a "throttle switch" on the drivers side of the throttle body, and "idle solenoid, idle control" on the drivers side of the intake
most cruise control problems are caused by a leaking vaccum canister that controls the throttle on the cruise, your switch is probably fine.
The switch is to limit the engine RPM if the throttle sticks wide open.
Possible faulty throttle position switch, idle control valve or dirt / scum in the small galleries of the intake / breather to throttle body pipes, did you get an engine management light come on when this happened? possible fault code retrieval to help diagnose prob'.
its pretty simple. its mounted on the drivers side of the throttle body(rear top side) the switch in the front is the throttle position sensor, the one behind it is the idle control valve.
A TPS is a variable resistor that tells the engine computer the absolute throttle opening percentage. A switch tells the system when the throttle is wide open for enrichment purposes.
If the mower has a shift knob control for "Start" "Run" and 'Stop', the kill switch will be on the end of the cable that leads to the throttle bracket. If the mower has the safety handle that shuts off the mower when it is not depressed, the kill switch will be at the end of the cable that leads from the handle to the engine. If the mower is operated with an on-off ignition switch, the kill switch wire will be spliced to the switch "off" wire some where between the throttle cable and the switch.
on the bottom of the throttle body
Yes, in fact my ceiling fan and light are controlled by remote control, mine is made by designe control (DC)
My friend is having the same problem. After some research, I've come down to it being related to the idle switch on the pedal assembly. The switch is there because your throttle is electronically controlled and the switch is a canceller. If you release the throttle but the throttle position sensor is messed up and saying that there is a throttle input the truck will try to keep revving. So the idle switch cancels any signal that is being put out by the throttle position sensor. If the Idle switch sticks, it will cancel out your input into the throttle pedal. So when you want to go, the idle switch thinks that your still in idle mode. In a nut shell, people are saying that you need to replace the throttle pedal assembly. It's relatively easy, kind of expensive though. About $220.
If your on a budget then a simple Logitech is ok. You may not want the likes of a tophat switch, throttle control etc
the wide open throttle switch sends a signl at wide open throttle the the ecm to richen the mixture by widening the injector pulse, keeping the injector open a bit longer
You can not change just the TPS for this car. You have to replace the entire throttle body.
The TPS (throttle position switch) is attached directly accross from where the throttle cable attaches to the throttle body. It is held on with 2 torx type screws.
Connect the two batteries for the voltage needed. If they are 12 volt batteries and the lights are 12 volts, connect the batteries in parallel (negative to negative and positive to positive). If they are 12 volt batteries and the lights are 24 volts, connect the batteries in series (negative of one battery to positive of the other). Run a wire from batteries to first switch, then to two of the lights and the other switch (in parallel). From the second switch run a wire to the third light, then connect all three lights back to the battery.
Closed throttle position switch
I have the same vehicle with the same problem. But also have a P0400 code as well. From what I have been to find out, the switch is located in front of the the Intake Air chamber pass the Throttle valve.
The throttle position switch (tps) is located on the throttle body.
Every switch performs a control function. On / Off is a control function.
Basically, these throttle performance switches change the value that your throttle position sensor gives the ECU. This, in effect, leads your car's computer to believe that it is reaching wide open throttle sooner. How can you do this without buying a throttle performance switch? Just put your foot to the floor faster! No matter what the manufacturer might claim, your car won't make any more power than it did before you installed the switch, you'll just feel it sooner.
On the right side of the engine (looking from behind) there is a switch with two press-on sides (up, down) or at the throttle control (obviously inside the boat )
2001 Equipped Buick Lesabres have two different cruise control activation switches. The first turn the cruise control ON. The switch sets which speed the throttle will be locked at. This problem can be caused by the primary sources, the system is being operated manually or switch and or cruise control module failure.
To control a light with a switch, the switch has to be connected in series with the light fixture.
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