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Mitsubishi Throttle Position Sensor

Mitsubishi Throttle Position Sensor

HOW TO REPLACE YOUR THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR

1. REMOVING YOUR SENSOR

Follow these steps to replace your sensor. First, find the sensor. It should be mounted to your throttle body, which is on top of your engine.

You should disconnect your negative battery cable before removing the sensor. This helps you avoid the risk of electrical shock or causing an error code on your engine control module. Your throttle position sensor should be attached using electrical connectors. These connectors are easy to remove using the tab on the side.

Once the electrical connectors are removed, look for the mounting screws on your sensor. Carefully unscrew and remove your throttle position sensor. Be sure to read your owner’s manual and compare it with your current sensor when shopping for a new one. Shop at your local auto parts store to find a quality brand or exact OEM match.

2. INSTALLING A NEW THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR

Install your new sensor by working backward through the removal steps. Start by installing the sensor using the mounting screws. Next, connect your sensor to your vehicle’s electrical system using a convenient electrical connector. You should be able to easily push it together and hear a distinct click. Check to ensure a firm connection.

Connect your battery and prepare to double-check your work. Start your car and test the idle and acceleration. Depending on your vehicle and the sensor you’ve installed, you may need to manually adjust the sensor. Other options automatically adjust to offer your car the optimal levels of air and fuel for a smooth idle and powerful acceleration.

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HOW TO REPLACE YOUR THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR

1. REMOVING YOUR SENSOR

Follow these steps to replace your sensor. First, find the sensor. It should be mounted to your throttle body, which is on top of your engine.

You should disconnect your negative battery cable before removing the sensor. This helps you avoid the risk of electrical shock or causing an error code on your engine control module. Your throttle position sensor should be attached using electrical connectors. These connectors are easy to remove using the tab on the side.

Once the electrical connectors are removed, look for the mounting screws on your sensor. Carefully unscrew and remove your throttle position sensor. Be sure to read your owner’s manual and compare it with your current sensor when shopping for a new one. Shop at your local auto parts store to find a quality brand or exact OEM match.

2. INSTALLING A NEW THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR

Install your new sensor by working backward through the removal steps. Start by installing the sensor using the mounting screws. Next, connect your sensor to your vehicle’s electrical system using a convenient electrical connector. You should be able to easily push it together and hear a distinct click. Check to ensure a firm connection.

Connect your battery and prepare to double-check your work. Start your car and test the idle and acceleration. Depending on your vehicle and the sensor you’ve installed, you may need to manually adjust the sensor. Other options automatically adjust to offer your car the optimal levels of air and fuel for a smooth idle and powerful acceleration.

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