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Old 11 Jul 2011, 07:31 pm
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Default how to take off and put on a new throttle body position sensor?

so i have to replace it, but was told to just replace the hole entire throttle body, but i dont have money for that...

i found brand new sensors for 18 dollers free shipping, but how am i going to take off the old one, and put on the new one. thank you
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Old 11 Jul 2011, 07:46 pm
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it's usually just two screws on the side of the throttle body and you're done. Btw, you are correct. You don't need to replace the whole throttle body unless it is damaged somehow.
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