The throttle positioning sensor is located in the throttle body.
on the throttle body.
The throttle position sensor is on the throttle shaft, on the throttle body.
The throttle position sensor is mounted on the side of the throttle body
It is on the throttle body!!
the throttle position sensor is located on the side of the throttle body
the sensor is black an it is on the side of the throttle body at throttle plate!!
On the throttle body attached to the throttle butterfly shaft.
there are many different things that it could be check the camshaft positioning sensor, the throttle positioning sensor, and the crankshaft positioning sensor.
on the throttle body on the throttle body
The Toyota Tacoma throttle position sensor is adjustable. There is an adjustment screw on the back of the throttle position sensor.
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It is on the throttle boby, opposite the cables.
The 1999 Ford Ranger 3.0 liter engine throttle positioning sensor is located on the cylinder head. The sensor will be near the middle of the cylinder head.
Round the neck
It is mounted on one side of the throttle body
If it is similar to the 2002, and I believe they are, It is permanently attached to the throttle body. To replace the sensor, you have to replace the whole throttle body.
its not adjustable.
throttle positioning sensor
The throttle position sensor on a 1995 Ford Bronco is located on the throttle body. It detects how far the accelerator has been pressed.
under the throttle body next to the thermosat housing.
It. is on the throttle body, opposite of where the cables attach.
The wrench symbol stands for a problem in the throttle system. Maybe the throttle body or the throttle positioning sensor.
Maybe your throttle positioning sensor is bad.
its right on the throttle body itself, its black and has 2 bolts holding it on.