Where To Buy Your TP Sensor And Save

The Honda service manual tells you to replace the entire throttle body when the TP sensor fails but you don't have to.

The TP sensor is sold seperately and can be installed as a stand-alone part.

Where can you buy the TP sensor? You can buy it at your local auto parts store but it's gonna' cost a whole lot more. I suggest taking a look at the price of the TP sensor in the following link and compare: Dorman 911-753 Acura/Honda Throttle Position Sensor.

Not sure the TP sensor listed fits your particular Honda? Don't worry, they'll make sure it fits your Honda, once you get to the TP sensor site, or they'll find the right one for you.

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