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 1996 Nissan Pickup 4 Cylinder Throttle Position Sensor Replacement Instructions?

Answer Throttle position sensor and switch problems are common on the 1996 Nissan pickup. A failed sensor commonly sets either a TPS- or transmission-related code. A more dependable, updated sensor is ava... Read More »
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How to Replace the Throttle Position Sensor on a '96 Nissan Pickup?

The throttle position sensor on a '96 Nissan pickup is used to signal to the computer the exact position of the throttle plate. The sensor is a potentiometer that sends a .5 volt signal at idle to ... Read More »
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How to Adjust the Throttle Position Sensor on a 1988 Nissan Pickup?

The throttle position sensor’s mission on a 1988 Nissan pickup is to signal the engine management computer of the position of the throttle plate (which coincides with position of the gas pedal) a... Read More »
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How to Replace a Throttle Position Sensor for a 1996 Mx6?

The throttle position sensor, often referred to as the TPS, helps maintain your vehicle's idle speed. If your TPS is defective, it must be replaced. The Mazda MX6 was sold between 1987 and 1997. Th... Read More »
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Bad Throttle Position Sensor on a 1996 Mustang GT?

The 1996 Mustang GT -- two years after a drastic redesign -- came fitted with a 215-horsepower, 4.6-liter V-8 engine. Attached to the engine's throttle body was a small rotary potentiometer -- the ... Read More »
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