What causes a 94 Lebaron to run unsteadily with even tnrottle and not accelerate until given full throttle even though the throttle position sensor was just replaced?
there are alot of things that could be causing this...most auto parts chains offer free loaner diagnostic scanners to check the vehicles codes...detailed diagnosis instructions can be found in your local library, they should have a shop manual available in the REFERENCE section...check all the basics AGAIN..:)
The throttle position sensor is used by the computer to know when you accelerate or decelerate and how much, or for that matter if the throttle is static or has gone to idle. The enhanced traction system would use that information as well as information from various other sensors to know how to react to any given situation.
The Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) is located in the throttle body a the end of the shaft opposite the throttle cable attachment. Some are permanent / no serviceable. Some can be replaced and with a little ingenuity/skill, even the permanent can be replaced as there are replacements available for all year models.
How do I get a Throttle Position Sensor to work after trying 3 new ones but it still is failing on my 94 Explorer?
Hi there you have a 1999 dodge ram diesel with bad tps throttle position sensor code p0123 I've replaced it but still when you push the throttle?
the code P0123 means, Throttle Position Sensor/Switch A Circuit High Input. sounds like a wiring problem to me. I had the same problem with a 99 Toyota tocoma when i replaced it i had to reset the CPU. On a dodge you should be able to disconnect both batteries for 15 mins to 1 hour and it mite reset.
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…