How To Replace IAC and TPS Jeep Wrangler

How To Replace IAC and TPS Jeep Wrangler

This time I show you how to replace an Idle Air Control valve and a Throttle Position Sensor on a 2006 Jeep TJ. Throttle Position Sensor – Idle Air Control Valve –

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beboboy mann says:

If the idle smooths out with the TPS unplugged why not just drive it unplugged?

Darryl Darryl says:

Thank you for the info. I am going to replace my TPS tomorrow. Should be easy, thanks to your video.

andrew schmidt says:

I ordered the part from your link however I went to plug it in and the plug does not line up with this piece. Did you have to replace your plug?

Yalp Noitats says:

whats your personal opinion on the parts from NAPA? I needed my vehicle fixed quickly so I didnt wanna wait for any parts from online to be shipped. But will the NAPA parts not last as long? Thanks for sharing this

NikeSwimming says:

Those part number work for all TJs? I have a 99

Emmanuel Ramos says:

Thanks for the video I have to this to my 01 tj

Cali O.D.S 1775 says:

Where both of those sensors bad or did u replace just for maintenance?

K Kofler says:

I think it's pretty important these days to specify that you want a Mopar factory part if you go to a parts store. I asked for OEM once at the parts store in the past and was sold a part that was an off brand called "O.E.M." (Original Engine Management) which was a useless piece of expensive plastic. I didn't realize until post-install that my "O.E.M." part was not OEM; replacing with a Mopar part cured the problem.

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