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Old 09-06-2013, 05:30 PM   #1
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Is there any way to diagnose a throttle position sensor if it is going bad or not? I keep hearing that this may be my idle and throttle problem so any help is welcomed ASAP! Thanks!
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Is there any way to diagnose a throttle position sensor if it is going bad or not? I keep hearing that this may be my idle and throttle problem so any help is welcomed ASAP! Thanks!
Just replace it it's only like 20-30 dollars
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Just replace it it's only like 20-30 dollars
http://youtu.be/qa_-sltxQmk

This is what my car is doing. Does it worse when I come to a stop or rolling into a stop.
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you can test it with a multimeter....watch a youtube clip on it. i did so i could test a customers ram one time.
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Old 09-06-2013, 11:09 PM   #5
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Is there any way to diagnose a throttle position sensor if it is going bad or not? I keep hearing that this may be my idle and throttle problem so any help is welcomed ASAP! Thanks!
Yes, it is covered in some detail in the shop manual...
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Didn't I reply to this thread already? Lol did the OP post it twice?

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