A throttle position sensor (TPS) is an electronic sensor that measures the position of the throttle valve in a car's engine. It's typically located on the throttle body and works by sending a signal to the car's engine control module (ECM) or powertrain control module (PCM) to help control the engine's fuel injection and ignition timing.

The TPS provides crucial information to the ECM or PCM about the position of the throttle valve, which helps to determine the appropriate fuel and air mixture for optimal engine performance. In simpler terms, the TPS helps the car's computer determine how much air and fuel to mix together for the engine to run smoothly and efficiently.

At Calorstat by Vernet, we understand the importance of reliable engine sensors for optimal performance. Our throttle position sensors are designed to withstand extreme temperatures and harsh conditions, ensuring accurate and consistent readings for your engine's needs

Standard Thermostat

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Map Thermostat

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Motorized Thermostat

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Brake Light Switch

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Expansion Tank

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Water Flange

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Radiator Cap & Expansion Tank Cap

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Water Temperature Switch

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Map Sensor

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Throttle Position Sensor

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Cooling Pipe

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Lambda Sensor

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Camshaft & Crankshaft Sensor

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Air Temperature Sensor

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Oil Switch

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Reversing Light Switch

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