GM shaft-style TPS sensor such as those on many ’90s and ’00s-era GM engines. This sensor turns clockwise when looking at the sensor. This means that the throttle shaft turns counterclockwise when looking at it head-on. Sensor comes with mating Metri-Pack connector, pins and seals for harness termination. Sensor features a return spring.
TPS Sensor with the D-Shaft input common on many European and early Japanese throttle bodies. May require mount fabrication, but shaft size should be perfect fit. Great for replacing non-potentiometer style throttle switches. This is the same sensor used in our 90-93 manual trans Miata TPS adapter.
This TPS kit allows for 1990-1993 MX5 Miatas to be fitted with a potentiometer-style TPS sensor. These vehicles came stock with a throttle-switch that is not compatible with Electromotive’s TEC management systems. This kit allows users to retain the stock throttle body, instead of converting to one with a usable TPS sensor, such as those […]
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