The PCM controls the EGR valve, so the EGR position sensor tells the PCM what position the EGR valve is in, so it can control the EGR valve and ake other necessary adjustments.
I have not heard of such. There is an ERG valve and sensors for oil and smog but not just for position.
The Throttle Sensor responds to the accelerator pedal movement. This sensor is a kind of potentiometer which transforms the Throttle Valve position into output voltage, and emits the voltage signal to the ECU. In addition, the sensor detects the opening and closing speed of the Throttle Valve and feeds the voltage signal to the ECU.
a pintle position sensor tell the engine computer what the exact position of the egr valve is
The EGR position sensor is on the top of the EGR valve. The valve is on the front, passenger side of the engine.
There is no such thing as a cam sensor valve. The camshaft position sensor is powered by the PCM, there is no individual fuse.
The egr position sensor is part of the valve. It does not have a flow sensor.
There is a throttle position sensor mounted to the throttle body. That's the place where the air intake valve sits near the top of the engine. Look for the throttle butterfly valve; on the end of the butterfly valve shaft should be a little sensor with wires connected; that's the throttle position sensor.
Idle air control valve sensor is located around the carburetor .
The EGR position sensor is located on top of the EGR valve. Has an electrical connector attached.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I believe the camshaft position sensor on a 1999 Ford Explorer XLT , with the 4.0 liter SOHC , V6 engine is ( on the drivers side valve cover , near the engine oil fill cap )
exhaust gas recirculation sensorIt is a sensor that is mounted to the EGR valve. It moniters the position of the EGR valve and sends that info to the ECM.