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Tech Smart Electronic Throttle Body

Part No. S20020 Warranty Details  

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Product Features:
  • TechSmart S20020 throttle bodies are designed and tested to match OE specifications to ensure that power, fuel economy, and drivability are restored when replacing a failed original unit
  • Every TechSmart S20020 electronic throttle body is 100% new and not remanufactured to ensure maximum performance and extended service life right out of the box
  • The S20020 throttle position sensor matches OE response time for peak performance on drive by wire systems
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Connector Gender:Female
Maximum Vehicle Quantity:1
O.E.M. Replacement:Yes
Package Quantity:1
Terminal Gender:Male
Terminal Quantity:4; 2

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  • Q:

    I have a 2009 ford crown Victoria police interceptor and has a p2135 code something to do with the throttle position sensor or the pedal position sensor and I have already replaced the throttle position sensor a year ago. I need help
    Asked on 6/18/2016 by big fudd from manassas, va

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      I'm glad to assist, Big fudd! The automotive trouble code P2135 throttle/pedal position sensor/switch A/B voltage correlation refers to a problem related to the throttle's ability to open and close properly. Symptoms of a P2135 code can range from stalling when you come to a stop, total lack of power, no acceleration, sudden loss of power at cruise speeds or stuck throttle at current rpm. Additionally, the check engine light will illuminate and the code will be set. Without the presence of your vehicle we would not be able to properly diagnose it, nor provide you with a 100% answer. We would suggest that you take your vehicle to a certified mechanic for further diagnosis.

      Answered on 6/19/2016 by Solomon from AAP
  • Q:

    I am experiencing mall function code P2112 after installing Throttle Body. What if the complete battery is replaced. How does the Throttle Body "Relearn" then?
    Asked on 11/12/2014 by Navnit from Kuwait

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      I'm glad to assist, Navnit! Malfunction code P2112 indicates that the throttle body plate is binding, there is a faulty throttle actuator, the throttle harness is open or shorted or the actuator circuit has a poor electrical connection. Replacing a battery to clear the code is not necessary. This Tech Smart Fuel Injection Throttle Body Assembly (Part No. S20020) does not "relearn", your car's computer or electronic control module will do the "relearning". The computer will need to learn the idel and fuel trim strategy for optimum driveability and performance.

      Your owner's manual may provide insight to this procedure for your vehicle. You may also find that a repair manual provides details for your vehicle's relearning procedure as well.

      Answered on 11/25/2014 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
  • Q:

    Does the vehicle need reprogrammed or does it have to go through a "relearn" process with this part?
    Asked on 6/15/2014 by TK from Topeka, KS

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      I'm glad to assist, TK! Your vehicle will not need to be reprogrammed to work with a stock replacement throttle body. A great way to reset the check engine light or give the vehicle a chance to "relearn" how to run with a clean and functional part is to disconnect only the negative battery cable and let the vehicle remain that way for approximately 30 minutes.

      Chances are you'll need to do so anyways as most replacements of electronic components recommend you do so. Any flash updates necessary for your vehicle do need to be done at the dealership if they have not been done already. This would be separate of the failed part and "relearn." You can always check your VIN with the dealership to see if the TSB (Technical Service Bulletin) has been completed for the PCM update.

      Answered on 6/18/2014 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
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