The throttle position sensor is part of the throttle body and is not serviceable separately.
It is a non-servicable part of the throttle body.It is a non-servicable part of the throttle body.
On a diesel, the TPS or APPS (accel pedal position sensor) is part of the accelerator pedal.On a Hemi, the TPS is a non-servicable part of the throttle body. The APPS is still part of the pedal.On a diesel, the TPS or APPS (accel pedal position sensor) is part of the accelerator pedal.On a Hemi, the TPS is a non-servicable part of the throttle body. The APPS is still part of the pedal.
If it is an 3.7L or 4.7L engine it is on the throttle body mounted on the side. If it is a hemi engine there are two throttle position sensors. The throttle body is electronic. There is a position sensor mounted underneath the battery hidden behind a cover. The accelerator cable goes from the gas pedal to this sensor. This sensor sends info to the PCM (powertrain control mondule). There is also another position sensor inside the electronic throttle body which tells the PCM what position the throttle plate is at. These throttle bodies on the hemi engines become dirty and cause codes like a P2175 and 2106. It will also make the ETC light flash, and cause low acceleration and limp in mode problems. Cleaning this throttle body will correct this.
Dodge does not use a maf sensor.
The 5.7L Hemi and 5.9L diesel do have electronic throttle.
The oxygen sensor is located in the exhaust system on a 2005 Dodge Durango Hemi 5.7. There is a sensor located before and after the catalytic converter.
The throttle body is controlled by the engine computer, which is located on the firewall.
Trouble code P0404 means: EGR Position Sensor Signal Performance
A 2010 Ram with the Hemi does not have a mass airflow sensor.
It does not have a mass airflow sensor.
At the rear of the intake manifold