on the gas pedal it comes together
On the right side of the throttle pedal
The throttle position sensor is mounted on the throttle body. the throttle position sensor on a 2006 chevy impala is an electronic plug mounted to the gas pedal. I just worked on one. If u need a new one u have to buy the whole assembly. gas pedal and all.
on the gas pedal it comes together
It is the electronic part at the base of the accelerator pedal itself.
It is on the accelerator pedal. You have to replace the whole pedal assembly
Generally speaking the throttle position sensor is on the throttle body.
it means you have a sensor that controls the cars fuel out put when you give it gas
since the throttle is electronic i would assume its on your gas pedal
The tps is on the driver's side of the throttle body. The throttle body is mounted to the front of the intake, and has a cable going to it from the throttle pedal. When you push the pedal down the cable opens the valve inside the body.
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.
It is on the throttle body, opposite of the cables.
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
the t.p.s sensor (throttle position sensor) is on the throttle body its on the opposite side where the throttle cable connects on the throttle body
It is called a APPS accelerator pedal position sensor. It is located on the front of the engine. It is the part that the throttle cables hook to.
When Throttle Position sensor is bad when you step on pedal and it does not move, engine light is on!
Look under the hood, at the throttle body assembly. You should see the accelerator cable attached to a pulley like assembly and when the pedal is depressed, the cable should move the throttle valve. The throttle position sensor is attached to the shaft that the throttle cable is moving. It will be the part with the electrical connections.
It is on the part under the hood that the cables hook to. It is called an APPS: accelerator pedal position sensor.
There isn't one there is an accelerator pedal sensor above the gas pedal. I have a 2000 Catera too and it isn't responding to the pedal so I am gonna change the throttle body if I can find one
It is on the throttle body, opposite the throttle cables.
it is located on the pedal, look on the pedal you will see a black sensor with connector plug. this is it
The TPS ( Throttle position sensor ) is on most newer vehicles. They are located near the throttle body or the throttle cable near the cylinder head. Its purpose is to keep the vehicle at idle speed without having you keep your foot on the gas pedal. when a TPS goes bad, normally your check engine light will come on and your vehicle will not idle properly.
Check the throttle position sensor or the idle control motor
P0121 Throttle/Pedal Position Sensor A Circuit Range/Performance IvryJade writes: Yes, but how do I fix it?
The throttle position sensor, otherwise known as a TPS, is located directly across the otherside/opposite side of the throttle body where the gas pedal cable connects to the throttlebody. They usually have 3 wires and are round black plastic items.