You might want to trace the whole fuel line from the tank and make sure that its not getting pinch when turning accelerating or hard stopping. good places to look might be around body mounts. good luck . snm
The throttle position sensor on a 2003 Chevrolet Suburban is located on the side of the throttle body. It notifies the vehicle's computer of the actual position of the throttle plate in relation to the throttle body.
Ease up on the throttle while cornering.
There is no adjustments on the throttle body. It is very important not to tapper with the TBI system.
A dirty throttle body will cause that.
Tires, suspension, throttle control and your riding position all have important factors in cornering.
You have an ignition Control Module that you can check that controls ignition timing Throttle Position Sensor that tells the computer where the throttle is so it can regulate and give the correct air fuel ratio.
It is located in the throttle body.
It has to be replaced. no adjustments.
Adjust your timing
take it to a dealer
I believe it is stock on ATVs because of the fact you are likely to twist the throttle inadvertently with a twist type mechanism during cornering, however this seems to occur less when using the thumb controllers.
If the suburban is equipped with the 4l60E automatic transmission then the throttle position sensor acts electronically as a "kickdown cable". The only cables on the throttle should be for the accelerator pedal and cruise control, if equipped.
The engine is choking. My '89 did it. Check the throttle body. It might need cleaned out.
The Throttle Position Sensor is conneceted to the end of the Throttle Shaft inside the Throttle Body. P.S. The Throttle Position Sensor is part of the Throttle Body and must be replaced as a unit. Hope this helps ya.
it should be right on top the motor
On top of the intake manifold beneath the air filter
Would like more info such as the year, make, model, engine and if it is back firing through the throttle body (or carburetor) or the exhaust and at what point does it back fire (accelerating, decelerating, cruising, etc).
Check your throttle position sensor and do a sweep test. Also check if the air tube induction from the air filter canister to the throttle body is cracked or open.
You need to check the throttle positioning sensor.
The throttle position sensor is actually apart of the throttle plate actuator assembly and must be replaced as a unit.
It is located on throttle body, opposite side of where throttle cable is located- Unplug it, remove any screws or bolts holding it on then install new part in reverse order.
i have a 2.0L 2000 jetta and it did the same thing, I had to have the throttle body and 02 sensor replaced.
Carbon is built up in the throttle body causing it to stick. Go to parts store and purchase throttle body cleaner. Take off plastic breather connecting to throttle body and spray in side the throttle body.
The Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) is located in the throttle body a the end of the shaft opposite the throttle cable attachment. Some are permanent / no serviceable. Some can be replaced and with a little ingenuity/skill, even the permanent can be replaced as there are replacements available for all year models.
i changed plugs wires throttle p sensor an checked fuel