How to Replace Throttle Position Sensor 94-02 Dodge Ram 1500

How to Replace Throttle Position Sensor 94-02 Dodge Ram 1500

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In this video, 1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken, worn out, or damaged throttle position sensor. This video is applicable to the 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, Dodge Ram.

🔧 List of tools used:
• T25 Socket
• Ratchet
• Socket Extensions

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Sparky Crow says:

Gasket vs O-ring? The part comes with both.

Greg Sage says:

Was the car overheating and barely accelerating?

David Kurtz says:

what we're the symptoms… NO, what were the symptoms… Yes Engine surges constantly, especially in cruise control.

Ty says:

Does the sensor need to be adjusted or calibrated?

Phantom says:

Nothing align? And o ring?

Shawn Thaxton says:

Would you reccomend using new screws that comes with some new sensors or original hardware?

First compassionate LLC says:

U tube throth body remove

Kenneth Porst says:

Anybody with a 318 or 360 magnum know of any throttle body upgrades? This throttle body sucks I want a bigger better one

Maverick Cheston says:

Don’t you have to adjust the sensor?

Tyga TRaw says:

What are the symptoms of a bad TPS? Thanks

Blue Man says:

Does the sensor need to be calibrated after install? I've read that it will not work properly out of box

John Carriere says:

Awesome video but the parts website sucks

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