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Tps?

Where on the throttle body is the TPS on a 94 3.0?
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It's on the end of the throttle plate shaft -- the only place it could be, lol.

There are only two electrical connections on the throttle body/intake at that point: the TPS and the IAC (idle air control).

Find where your throttle linkage comes on the the body and you'll see it pivots at a shaft that goes through the throttle body -- on the other end of that shaft is the TPS and it's usually just secured with two screws.
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