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Old 05-22-2014, 07:12 PM   #1
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Bad TPS in my 2010?

Hey guys I have a question about the Throttle Position Sensor. I'm currently finishing up a tune with Tom, and was told by Tom that I need to replace my TPS. I have searched on google and wanted to double check if this is the TPS?




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Yes, that is it along with the assembly. It is replaced as an entire unit (Throttle body and TPS)
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Alright thanks, is the install pretty straight forward or would it require a shop or dealership to replace?
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4 bolts, a gasket, and an electrical connector. The procedure looks very straight forward since this is a drive by wire system.
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Yeah I found a video and it looks pretty straight forward.
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