This listing is for Brand New *OEM QUALITY* Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) to Replace Original Hyundai /Kia OEM TPS Sensor 35170-37100
HYUNDAI / KIA 2.5L V6 G6BV Engines [ SONATA EF, OPTIMA GD]
HYUNDAI / KIA 2.7L V6 G6BA Engines [ SONATA TIBURON TRAJET / TUCSON OPTIMA SPORTAGE]
HYUNDAI / KIA 2.7L V6 G6EA Engines [ SANTA FE]
and more CHECK /COMPARE OEM NUMBER.
REPLACES FOLLOWING ORIGINAL PART NUMBER OEM#
35170 37100, 35170-37100, 3517037100
OTHER PART NUMBERS:
35170-37100, CTPS220, TH293, TTH047, TP053
A throttle position sensor (TPS) is located on the throttle body to monitor the air intake of an engine. It detects the position of the throttle body butterfly, plate or spindle, and sends it to the ECU. The ECU utilizes this input to decide the fuel requirement and spark timing to ensure safe and smooth engine performance.
TPS is designed efficiently to record data with high precision and provide contamination-proof performance.
Designed to OE fit, form, and function
Ease of installation due to OE style connector
Extensive quality control at all levels of production
|HYUNDAI SANTA FE SM||G6EA||2.7L||V6||[01/00 – 12/06]||132kW|
|HYUNDAI SONATA EF||G6BV||2.5L||V6||[01/98 – 12/01]||127kW|
|HYUNDAI SONATA EF||G6BA||2.7L||V6||[01/01 – 12/05]||132kW|
|HYUNDAI TIBURON GK||G6BA||2.7L||V6||[01/02 – 12/10]||127kW|
|HYUNDAI TRAJET FO||G6BA||2.7L||V6||[01/00 – 12/06]||132kW|
|HYUNDAI TUCSON JN||G6BA||2.7L||V6||[01/04 – 12/10]||129kW|
|KIA OPTIMA GD||G6BV||2.5L||V6||[01/01 – 12/03]||127kW|
|KIA OPTIMA GD||G6BA||2.7L||V6||[01/04 – 12/06]||132kW|
|KIA SPORTAGE KM||G6BA||2.7L||V6||[01/07 – 12/08]||132kW|
ABOUT YOUR VEHICLES’ THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR
What does a Throttle Position Sensor do?
The Throttle Position sensor moves with the throttle and sends a voltage signal to the computer indicating throttle angle and speed of movement data. The computer uses this data to measure engine load, adjust timing, fuel delivery, EGR, converter clutch operation, and clear flood mode.
Where is the Throttle Position Sensor located?
The TPS is mounted on the throttle body.
Will a malfunctioning TPS illuminate the check engine light or affect vehicle operation?
A failing TPS can illuminate the MIL, and cause the engine to hesitate upon acceleration or experience idling problems.
What are the common causes of failure?
Typically these sensors fail due to the constant contact of the movable wiper arm over the sensor element and the exposure to the high underhood heat.
How to determine if the TPS is malfunctioning?
Look for smooth voltage changes on the signal wire as the throttle plate is being opened and closed. The diagnostic codes range from P0120 through P0125.