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Product description

A-premium Throttle Position Sensors are an ideal choice to replace your broken Throttle Position Sensors. All Throttle Position Sensors meet or exceed OEM specifications. Due to high manufacturing standard, it will come with one year quality guarantee.

Compatible with Chevrolet Models:
Tracker 2001-2004 Petrol

Compatible with Subaru Models:
Forester 1998 Petrol
Impreza 1995-1998 Petrol
Legacy 1995-1999 Petrol

Compatible with Suzuki Models:
Esteem 1998-2002 Petrol
Grand Vitara 1999-2005 Petrol
Sidekick 1996-1998 Petrol
Vitara 2004 Petrol

OEM Number: 1342077, TH237, 5S5076, TH0064, 2001167,1342077E00, 22633AA110, 22633AA111
Quantity Sold: One Piece

A-Premium Throttle Position Sensor Compatible with Chevrolet Tra

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