What parts are in throttle body 2007 Dodge Dakota 3.7
The throttle body contains an air control passage controlled by an Idle Air Control (IAC) motor. The air control passage is used to supply air for idle conditions. A throttle valve (plate) is used to supply air for above idle conditions. Certain sensors are attached to the throttle body, namely: The intake manifold air temperature (IAT) sensor, Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP) Sensor, Throttle Position Sensor (TPS), you may want to consult a repair manual for a diagram or list of sensors in the throttle body.
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