No, it has a throttle body fuel injection system (TBFI). It may look like a carburetor but it is not. The injector is mounted inside the throttle body that looks like a carburetor.
It will look like a carburetor to a layman.
all kia sportage are fuel injected .no throttle bodies.some kia rio's LOOK like throttle bodies but really are f.i.
The thing that looks like a carburetor on the top of your engine, Is called a Throttle body, If you look down in it you will see 2 injectors, 1 on each side of it.
On the bottom of the throttle body - look where the pedal cable meets with the throttle body - look opposite the end of the connection assembly on the other side you will see the throttle position sensor.
Look on the throttle body opposite of the accelerator linkage, most of them are there.
Yes.. look on line ebay or a junk yard.you have to buy the who throttle body.
Depending on your Accord, it's located either on the top of the throttle body or on the firewall. If it's located on the firewall, look for a vacuum hose going to the throttle body. Click the link for a photo.
Throttle position sensor is located on the side of the throttle body-in line with the throttle shaft. To locate the throttle body, you can have someone repeatedly push the accellerator pedal (with the engine not running) while you look for the moving throttle shaft. Drew
It is located on the throttle body unit look for it in the same plane as the throttle plates it can be on the left or right side depending on the type of manufactuer.
It is on the throttle body.It is on the throttle body.
Its on the right side of the throttle body. The throttle body is behind the black housing in the middle of the engine that says something like 4.7 V8. The throttle body sensor is the one on the top of another sensor that is on the right side of the throttle body.