Replacing a throttle position sensor, or TPS, requires having a scan tool, screwdriver and multimeter on hand. It is a medium-size job with some expertise in understanding how to read the on-board data link connector, or OBD. Check the owner's manual for the specific location.Continue Reading
To begin replacing the TPS, first locate the OBD data link connector. The owner's manual will contain the location if it cannot easily be located. Turn the key to the on position, but do not start the engine.
Follow the steps below to complete the replacement process of a TPS: