Is there a sensor on the gas pedal?
Almost every modern car now has a sensor called the TPS and an accelerator pedal position sensor. As the name implies, these sensors are precision devices that determine the position of the accelerator pedal. via
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Where is the accelerator sensor located?
The sensor is usually located on the butterfly spindle/shaft, so that it can directly monitor the position of the throttle. More advanced forms of the sensor are also used. via
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How do you reset the throttle position sensor on a Chevy Silverado?
The easiest way to reset your throttle position sensor is to unhook the negative cable from your battery for up to five minutes or to remove the fuse for your engine control module. via
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How do you reset a gas pedal sensor?
Can I drive with a bad throttle position sensor?
Can You Drive With A Bad Throttle Position Sensor? Technically you can still drive with a bad throttle position sensor. However, do note that a bad throttle position sensor can cause inability to shift up, rough or slow idle and lack of power when accelerating. via
Why is my gas pedal not working?
A driver can press the gas pedal, and all of the throttle components may be demanding the correct amount of fuel, but the pump is facing resistance at the filter and cannot allow the flow to go through to the engine. If the fuel filter is clogged, the only repair that can be made is to replace the filter. via
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What type of sensor is an accelerator pedal position sensor?
In this example, the Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) sensor is of the potentiometer type. It receives two reference voltages from the Powertrain Control Module (PCM), having two ground wires and two signal wires that send a varying voltage back to the PCM relating to accelerator pedal position. via
What does an accelerator pedal position sensor do?
The throttle/accelerator pedal position sensor detects the position of the accelerator pedal. This information is then transmitted to the vehicle's computer - the engine control module (ECM). From there, the data is then sent from the computer to the throttle blade - a valve is opened to allow more air in the intake. via
How do I reset my Chevy throttle body?
Make sure that the accelerator pedal is fully released. Turn ignition switch “ON” and wait at least 2 seconds. Turn ignition switch “OFF” wait at least 10 seconds. Turn ignition switch “ON” and wait at least 2 seconds. via
Will a throttle position sensor keep a car from starting?
No Start Condition
Quite rarely but surely enough a bad throttle position sensor can create a no-start condition where you may be able to just crank the engine and not turn it over. via
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How do you fix high idle after cleaning throttle body?
Cleaning the throttle body allowed more air to enter the engine, and the computer is compensating by adding more fuel. The idle will relearn if you put the vehicle in drive and allow the idle to come down with all accessories off for about two to three minutes. via
How do I fix code P2119?
What is P2135 diagnostic code?
When code P2135 is set, the ECM has found that the throttle position sensor and accelerator pedal position sensor aren't producing the expected signals that they should be. When the ECM detects this, it may put the vehicle in a fail-safe condition that limits throttle opening to 5-15%. via