What does the throttle position sensor operate?
A throttle position sensor is used to measure how open the throttle valve is and therefore controls the amount of air which can flow into the engines intake manifold. via
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What is difference between throttle body and throttle position sensor?
The TPS checks the amount of air/fuel mixture being delivered to the engine, while the throttle body temperature sensor monitors the temperature of the air/fuel mixture and the actual throttle body. via
Is MAF cleaner the same as throttle body cleaner?
Yes, you can use a MAF cleaner on a throttle body, but you cannot use throttle body cleaner on a MAF. The MAFs are very particular. If you use the wrong kind of cleaner on the MAF sensor and it leaves a residue, it can burn a little wire if it's a hot-wire MAF sensor. via
How many sensors does a throttle body have?
The accelerator position sensor is made up of two individual sensors, with both sensors designed to have individual sensor return wiring. via
What does code po122 mean?
Code P0122 is triggered when your vehicle's Engine Control Module (ECM) detects that your Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) circuit A is reporting an output voltage that is below its expected voltage. Depending on your vehicle, your TPS lower output voltage limit should be around . via
Does throttle body cleaner damage sensors?
If the issue does not go away after a few start ups or a short drive, it is possible that the throttle position sensor or mass air flow sensor could have been damaged as a result of using the throttle body cleaner. Many throttle body cleaners will specify if they are sensor safe. via
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