A throttle body is part of the air intake system in a car that helps regulate the amount of air that passes into the engine to maintain the proper mixture of fuel and air. Typically the throttle body is located between t... More »

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A throttle body is the component of the intake system in a traditional gasoline engine that regulates the amount of air flow in the engine's combustion chamber. It plays a fundamental role in providing the engine with a ... More »

The IAT sensor in a 2001 through 2005 Honda Civic EX is positioned on the intake manifold on the driver's side, directly under the throttle body/throttle position sensor. The IAT location varies depending on the model an... More »

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A throttle body is the component of the intake system in a traditional gasoline engine that regulates the amount of air flow in the engine's combustion chamber. It plays a fundamental role in providing the engine with a ... More »

The purpose of a car's air filter is to prevent dirt and other particles from entering the fuel system or engine. Air filters also prevent particles from entering the air conditioner system. More »

A car's fuel system stores fuel and supplies it to the engine by mixing the fuel with air, in addition to atomizing and vaporizing it, before it's compressed in the engine cylinder and ignited to produce energy. Differen... More »

A tune-up on cars made before about 1990 consists of contact point, air filter and spark plug replacement, and the adjustment of igniting timing, carburetor and fuel mixture. A tune-up for cars made since 1990 involves s... More »