you have to adjust the tps by loosing the screws and rotating it till it reads 0.50 volts [you need a scanner to do it]
hi i have a clio 1.2 2001 and have a fault code p0225 throttle/ pedal position sensor switch c circuit. i have changed the throttle pedel and has made no diffrence the vehicle still wont rev up but cant find the throttle position sensor under the bonnet please can you tell me were it is located. thank you.
Assuming you mean the throttle position sensor. The throttle position sensors tells the engine computer when the throttle position has changed, it adjusts fuel flow to match the throttle opening. If the throttle position sensor fails then the engine computer has to depend only on the MAP sensor to define air flow thus how to adjust the fuel flow. I would expect then that response time would be slower than when the throttle position sensor works correctly. On a Chevy Celebrity it might also turn on the check engine light and post either a code 21 or a code 22.
I just had the same problem. You have to replace the TPS (Throttle Position Sensor). I paid about $25 for the part at AutoZone. I changed it and WOW! My truck runs beautiful!
The throttle body injection is non adjustable and controlled by the pcm (computer) the throttle position sensor or TPS is adjustable but is normally set correctly at the factory. If you have changed it, there should be instruction on how to reset it properly
Yes, my grand am had that problem a week ago, changed out the sensor and it runs like a champ!
Most likely it's a vacuum leak.
I had the same problem, so I changed the throttle position sensor and the camshaft sensor as well...it worked for me, hope it works for you too. also change the map sensor that was the reason the light was on
Throttle Position Sensor. I changed mine and my truck doesn't stall anymore, and it does better on gas. That is if you know how to drive standard and are not just stalling it yourself.
Camshaft Position Sensor Under hood, center, upper engine area, mounted on front of intake manifold and behind Throttle Body assembly. It is a one bolt attachment. You will also note that it is located right under the throttle cables on their way to the Throttle Body Assembly. I just changed mine very easy to do. Just need to remove throttle cables from Throttle Body Assembly and remove the one bolt. I bought mine at CarQuest for $31.
You may have a throttle position sensor going out or possibly the fuel pump. Get some throttle body cleaner and clean the throttle body inside to make sure the throttle blade inside the body is not hanging up and then get a fuel pressure gauge and connect it to the fuel raila nd see what kind of pressure you get when you rev the engine..and see if there is a drop when you open the throttle.
could be your throttle position sensor or check and make sure butterfly flap is closing properly.
Each 90000 miles.
Yes but it wouldn't run very well
Time has changed. The object has changed its position. Your view has changed.
position and speed both occur when something is moved or changed from it's original position.
The 4 cylinder has a timing chain that does not require replacement and is designed to last the life of the engine.
I can tell you with relative certainty that the condition and/or operation of the spark plugs should have nothing to do with a sticking throttle. Your best bet would be to check your throttle body for buildup or debris. Also you might check the throttle return spring on the side of the throttle body.
If cylinder one is misfiring on the Kia Sportage 2.0 it could be that the spark plug in that cylinder needs to be changed. It can also mean that the piston in that cylinder is sticking.
It depends.If the Monster declares an attack or already attacked and it is switched to defense position by a card effect (like Enemy Controller or Book of Moon for example) the Monster's position cannot be changed by you, the controller, because it declared an attack already. A Monster's position cannot be changed by their controller for the rest of a turn after they declared attacked with it.If the Monster did not attack yet this turn and their position is changed due to a card effect, it can be changed by the controller.
No, the 2005 Accord 4 cylinder has a timing chain that will last the life of the engine. The V6 does have a belt that must be changed at 110,000 miles.
yes i now know i first changed oxygen sensor and ran the moter no change then i changed the tps and did minor throttle body cleaning with tooth brush and every day throttle body cleaner and reassembled it fired right up with no accelerator pedal being applied. it cost about 90 bux in all and took less then 2 hrs used just common hand tools.
i changed plugs wires throttle p sensor an checked fuel
Take Out Your IAC Which should Sit Directly behind The throttle Body Or On It But In The BAck. Clean Out The Bowl It sits in And Make Sure The iac Itself Isnt Sticknig then Put back in. If Still Happens, try Replacing the IAC