Throttle Position Sensors

The Throttle Position Sensor moves with the throttle and sends a voltage signal to the computer indicating throttle angle and speed of movement data. The computer uses this data to measure engine load, adjust timing, fuel delivery, EGR, and converter clutch operation, and clear flood mode.

Our Throttle Position Sensors are designed, manufactured, and tested to maintain specific installed outputs to match OE rather than adjustable consolidated designs.

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    Integrated circuit (IC) capable of measuring rotation of small magnet attached to throttle shaft, and is calibrated to provide accurate, linear output characteristics

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    Custom elastomeric seal protects sensor from environmental underhood elements such as dust, vapor, and liquids

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    Undergoes automated testing to calibrate and electronically lock output voltage accuracy, linearity and slope versus throttle angle

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    Magnet molded in high-performance polymer to ensure consistent location and low friction with bearing surfaces

How to Replace a Throttle Position Sensor

This video showcases helpful tips to consider when replacing a throttle position sensor on a Jeep Cherokee 4.0L engine.