How do you test a Toyota throttle position sensor? (video)
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What does a throttle position sensor do?
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
What problems can a throttle position sensor cause?
The car might accelerate itself, hesitate to accelerate, or lack power when you are trying to accelerate. You may also experience difficulty in changing gears. There may be a dramatic drop in your cars' fuel economy as a result of a faulty throttle position sensor. via
What causes the ETC light to come on?
The electronic throttle control light illuminates when there is an issue with the throttle system. The throttle system includes the throttle body, accelerator pedal, and the wirings between them. The electronic throttle control system control and monitors the position of the throttle. via
How much does it cost to program a throttle body?
Throttle Body Replacement Cost
And if you're thinking of doing the job yourself, you're not going to save a ton. That's because the vast majority of the cost comes from the parts, not the labor. If you plan on doing the job yourself, you can still expect to spend between $400 and $500 for your new throttle body. via
How long do throttle position sensors last?
The batteries in the TPS sensors are made to last 5 years. They are built into the sensor so they can not be replaced like those of a flashlight. Hence, it is recommended by car manufacturers to replace TPS sensors every 5 years to enjoy safe and hassle-free driving. via
Will throttle position sensor cause no start?
No Start Condition
Quite rarely but surely enough a bad throttle position sensor can create a no-start condition where you may be able to just crank the engine and not turn it over. via