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Q:were is the throttle postion sensor located on a 2000 nissan frontier v6
A:TPS in a 2000 Nissan frontier v6 is mounted to the throttle body, and are operated by the rotation of the throttle shaft. Generally mounted to the throttle body by two fasteners they all have electrical connectors that lead to the ECM.
Q:I have a 2001 Nissan Xterra V6 3.3L with a bad throttle sensor checked by mechanic shop and I am going to replace it by myself. Could you please give me any idea about how to adjust the sensor once I have replaced it with new one? Then I would like to order soon
A:Once installed on newer vehicles, it usually has to be adjusted using the proper computer applications. Unless you have access to this software, only a shop would be able to do it.
Q:I THOUGHT THAT MY CAR NEEDED A TUNE-UP SO I HAD THAT DONE, BUT THE TROUBLE STILL WAS THERE SO A GUY LOOKED AT IT AND TOLD ME THIS WAS THE PROBLEM,, WHAT IS THE REASON ONE WOULD GET THIS PART.
A:I just had the diagnostic computer at a shop connected underneath my fuse box area inside and just above your left knee when driving, anyway it came back with a bad "TPS" the mechanic told me this problem reduces the miles per gallon your vehicle does (mine's very poor now), I also notice my engine seems to be stalling, hesitating when i accelerate. I also did a tune-up and did not solve the problem. Hope this helps you NELL.
A:Rough idle, high idle, surging,