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    Am I understanding this correctly,I have to buy a whole throttle body for a TP sensor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dtoolman99 View Post
    Am I understanding this correctly,I have to buy a whole throttle body for a TP sensor?
    You are correct.

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    Honda probably uses the same TPS on a few different machines. I did a search and Dorman has many OE# that use one of their part number. One Dorman part # for Honda TPS that range from 1989-2004
    http://www.dormanproducts.com/applic...SEName=911-753

    OE# if you can find one, cross reference to below. Nice pix also of all sides and connector.
    http://www.dormanproducts.com/c-865-...on-sensor.aspx

    If in doubt test the TPS as per 5-18 to 5-21 of service manual.
    I believe there is a small setup angle/voltage and that is why they do not sell them separate.
    I believe the aftermarket fuel controllers can be used to test/set TPS.
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    If your are in need of one let me know I have a used throttle body with all the sensors.


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