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Old 03-30-2019, 11:52 PM
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Default 2004 sentra 1.8 how do I get to the throttle position sensor

Bought this car two months ago and all I've been doing is replacing sensors!!! Well now I'm on my last one and it's the throttle position sensor how do I get to that when it's in the throttle body and I cant get into it... ive tried... I've done the relearn for the throttle body... but how do I get to the tps its driving me crazy!!!! Do I just need to buy a new etb? Or is there anything I can do besides buy new?
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Old 04-02-2019, 12:29 PM
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You'll have to replace the entire throttle actuator (throttle body) assembly to replace the TPS. Once installed, a throttle body relearn will need to be performed. Rockauto sells a new, Hitachi (OEM) unit for $125.
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