The throttle position sensor is on the throttle body on the opposite side of the cables.
The tps is not adjustable on a 2003 Jeep Wrangler.
A throttle position sensor measures the angle of the throttle plate.
It is inside the distributor.
If you mean TPS, that is the throttle position sensor. In a 1994 Wrangler, it is located on the driver side near the firewall. It has two parts, the sensor and the plug.
Possibly caused by a bad Crank Position Sensor. Could also be the cam position sensor or the coil. They all work together.
Cam sensor, thats about it, there aren't any other names for that sensor.
Throttle Position Sensor-is a sensor used to monitor the position of the throttle in an internal combustion engine. The sensor is usually located on the butterfly spindle so that it can directly monitor the position of the throttle valve butterfly.
It is in the distributor under the rotor.
The throttle position sensor is a potentiometer.
The throttle position sensor is on the throttle body opposite of where the cables attach.
Sure, the TPS or throttle position sensor is located on the throttle body.
Bad throttle position sensor
Top driver side of the bell housing.
The crankshaft position is on top of the transmission bell housing on the drivers side. The sensor can be replaced by unbolting and unhooking the plug.
The cam position sensor is inside the distributor. There is a wire harness that exits the side of the distributor. That's it. You have to remove the distributor to change that sensor.
It is on the throttle body, opposite the cables.
driver side right behind the throttle body
It is on the throttle body opposite of where the throttle cables hook on.
The TPS is on the throttle body opposite of where the cables hook on.
follow the exhaust
Top of the transmission bell housing.
The Throttle Position sensor measures the throttle position, which is controlled by the gas pedal. It is used to determine engine load and if it fails it can cause automatic transmission shifting problems.
It is located on the bell housing on the driver's side of the vehicle.