There are lots of homemade individual throttle bodies that come in different designs and styles. Most of the homemade individual throttle bodies are also modified.
all kia sportage are fuel injected .no throttle bodies.some kia rio's LOOK like throttle bodies but really are f.i.
A throttle body can be cleaned without removal. Several spray cleaners for throttle bodies are available at your local auto parts.
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YES - in fact 1986 and 1987 throttle bodies were larger than 1988 on ( some people use them as part of a performance upgrade package on 1988 and newer 2.9 L's )
yes i does.if your raising your rpm be sure to make sure that your throttle bodies are in sync.
you have to take the air filter box out then the throttle bodies will slide back off the carbs and then you can pop the carbs off.
no the throttle bodies are diffrent i have the same problem
Search Jegs.com, theres lots. Headers, ignition, throttle bodies, superchargers etc.
Many diesel's have throttle plates/bodies here are a few. 6.0L powerstroke did, Isuzu 4HK does, Isuzu 6HK does, Hino JO8 does, Ford 6.4L powerstroke does, Ford 6.7L does, Hino J05 does, UD Nissan Diesel J08 does, etc. To answer the question correctly, assuming its a mid 2003-early 2004 6.0L diesel, the throttle plate/body is located on top of the intake where the cold side intercooler pipe connects to the intake. If you remove the boot and then remove the elbow right underneath the elbow it is the throttle plate/body. You can see the elbow right in front with the hood open the tube is aluminum and the boot is black. I'm a highly trained certified technician.
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.
It will fit if you cut it but as-is it will not attach to the throttle body. The 1989-1990 240's have the KA24e (single cam) and the 1991-1994 240's have the KA24de (dual cam) the throttle bodies are in different positions.
They don't. Injectors go bad, TPS can be a problem if you do stupid things. The actual throttle body is a pretty simple device. If you like to unplug sensors without taking 30 seconds to disconnect the battery, you are going to have a lot of problems.
The Infiniti J30 is the same thing as the Nissan Altima. In fact the Altima is Nissan's version of the J30. However, being that it is an Infiniti, parts are more complicated and most probably will not match. Infiniti is a luxury line and is meant for dealer maintenance only, whereas the average do-it-yourselfer can fix a Nissan. If you need Altima parts your best bet is to check the junkyard.
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It's on the black tube between the airbox and the throttle bodies. It'll be around 1/2 way along it.
yes they are the same engine. the only difference is the throttle bodies.
You would die because it needs to be between 7.35 and 7.45 for homeostasis a.k.a balance for our bodies If it's too high or low our bodies would not function. It will fail.
Usually the throttle return spring is built into the carburetor or throttle body, depending which your vehicle has. I'm going to suggest that this is not likely your problem. Double check that there is nothing underneath the dash holding the pedal (it's common for the under dash trim to fall against the arm attached to the pedal.) There could also be something jammed in the throttle body. If after inspecting for foreign objects you still think you need a throttle return spring, it's a tricky job and it really depends on what vehicle you are working on. If you simply have a spring, then have someone move the throttle with the pedal and watch how it moves. Attach your spring so it holds it closed. Carburetors will likely have a good place to attach the spring. Throttle bodies (fuel injected cars) are meant to be replaced.
Possible clearance problems with the gas tank. The bolt patter for most throttle bodies is identical on the fuel injected models, it is only the tanks and things to get around that makes the air cleaners a "hold up lets look at this" sorta thing. Be aware, since 08, when they came out with the "fly by wire" throttle system, there is a huge assembly hanging off the side of the throttle body.
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The center plugs are located below the throttle bodies, the other 4 are a few inches in front of and behind the center plugs covered by every piece of wiring and hosing Nissan could manage to run over the top of them. the coil packs cover the plugs so they look kinda like flat pieces of plastic with a bolt or screw (can't remember which) securing the coil to the top of the head.
Bad fuel injectors, low fuel pressure, improperly set idle speeds, dirty throttle bodies, stuck EGR valve, vacuum leaks and bad O2 sensors for starters....
As we age our bodies change and because of that medications need to be changed.