What and where is the throttle position sensor on a 01 Saturn sl1

Asked by May 06, 2015 at 07:53 PM about the 2001 Saturn S-Series 4 Dr SL1 Sedan

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I had to replace my throttle position sensor a while back about 5 years ago and I remember it's in the throttle body assembly at the top of the engine where the gasoline is ported into the MFI system not the injectors but it it's actually kind of before the injections the injectors of the fuel injection plant it's kind of hard to explain but if you going to an auto parts store and look at the shop manual for your car it will pinpoint it for you where it is or you can look online do a search throttle position sensor with your make model where is it located it'll come up on the internet I hope that helps you ok bye.

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