How To Replace Throttle Position Sensor - Taurus Car Club of America : Ford Taurus Forum
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My ford repair manual does not have the procedure to do this. Can anyone hook me up with the directions to replace the throttle position sensor on a 98 taurus with the 24v? Thanks
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locate the throttle body linkage, and it should be on the opposite side of it. not sure about the 24v, but the 12v and most other fords i have seen are just held on with two phillips screws, i think the procedure involves marking off the old one, so you can properly install the new on. a sligh variance in the position of the sensor may throw a code, or your car might not accellerate properly.

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