We go over where the throttle position is, how to replace it, and what error codes lead us to replace the TPS. Our error codes for the Jeep were 14 and 24, 14 is the map volage is incorrect, 24 is a voltage issue for the Throttle Position Sensor.
Blog with video on how to get OBD code, and were Danielle almost drove through the house: https://www.chrisdoeswhat.com/how-to-replaced-jeep-o2-sensor/
Tools and parts:
ECCPP Throttle Position Sensor TPS: https://amzn.to/2GdNITm
Milwaukee 18-Volt Drill and Impact Driver Kit: https://amzn.to/2HfipZ5
268-Piece Husky Mechanics Tool Set: https://amzn.to/3kuGUzD
Some common symptoms of a failing or bad throttle position sensor:
1. Vehicle doesn’t accelerate, no power when accelerating, or pushes the gas for you, which is really not good. Everyone hates no power when driving, but when your car decides to apply the gas when you don't want it, that is bad.
2. The Engine doesn't idle smoothly, running rough, low RPM, or Stalling
This stalling misfiring and eventually not running at all could be stranded, so this is something you don't want to happen to you.
3. Vehicle accelerates, but it feels like there is a governer restricting your performance. Like when you went to the go-kart track and you get the go-kart that only goes in the slow lane.
4. Check Engine Light comes on, with any of the above symptoms. For us with our Jeep Wrangler, this was a code 24, low or high voltage at the sensor. You can go to the video link above on how to get the OBD code for a Jeep YJ or XJ with no OBD reader.
Jump To In Video:
00:00 How To Replace A Throttle Position Sensor "TPS"
01:14 Removing the Throttle Position Sensor on a Jeep Wrangler YJ, XJ
01:44 The Old vs New Throttle Position Sensor on a Jeep Wrangler YJ, XJ
02:08 Installing the Throttle Position Sensor on a Jeep Wrangler YJ, XJ
03:52 Why we are Replacing the Throttle Position Sensor on a Jeep Wrangler YJ, XJ
04:15 How we reset the OBD Error Codes on our Jeep Wrangler
05:02 Starting the Jeep Wrangler to see if the TPS was the issue
06:07 Chris & Danielle talk about this Jeep issue and other things going on
09:51 In video Bloopers working on Jeep Wrangler
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