Throttle Sensor

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Throttle Sensor

Postby Leigh101 » Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:04 pm

Hello People,
I am getting the problem of hesitation whilst just cruising along. After researching the issue on the forum I believe it could be the throttle sensor at the pedal that is the issue.
It is a V200 2012 around 70K on the clock. I have had it since new first real issue apart from rust.

My question is has anyone pulled one of these apart? If so was it terribly fiddly?
Also does anyone have the part number of the Throttle Sensor at the pedal?

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Re: Throttle Sensor

Postby Leigh101 » Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:57 pm

Just an update to the Throttle Position Sensor suspected problem.
I pulled the accelerator pedal off the get access to the sensor.
Removed the sensor which I didn't really need to do.
Removed the cover to the sensor with a stanly knife.
Gave the insides a good clean with a sunglasses cleaning wipe
Put back together and tested
The car seems to behaving ok. I will take it for a longer drive later this week to confirm but it does seem to be fixed.

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Re: Throttle Sensor

Postby cosmicsedso » Thu Dec 07, 2017 10:04 am

My V200 had a fault code indicating accelerator pedal. Once replaced (under warranty) it totally transformed the car. Very little hesitation and virtually eliminated the flat spot I had had from new.
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Re: Throttle Sensor

Postby cosmicsedso » Thu Dec 07, 2017 10:15 am

My V200 had a fault code indicating accelerator pedal. Once replaced (under warranty) it totally transformed the car. Very little hesitation and virtually eliminated the flat spot I had had from new.
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Re: Throttle Sensor

Postby gussie » Mon Mar 19, 2018 5:57 pm

Thanks Leigh101!
I recently bought a low kms 2nd hand 2012 V200 single cab 4WD and had same symptoms of surging. I took the accelerator pedal out (3 bolts and 1 electrical plug connection). Lifted the cover off the "electronics" part slipping a knife in the gap and levering the cover off to reveal the circuit board. There were four rows of resistance where 4 x finger would slide along the resistance part of the board with movement of the pedal. I removed the plastic part with the fingers. Gave the resistors on the board a very very light scrub with gumption and then cleaned it all with a rag and some window cleaner. Reassembled, reinstalled and surging gone. Unreal and thanks. Not sure how long it will last for. Hopefully a while. Couldn't really locate a seller for a replacement apart from some sellers on alibaba.
This is a link that confirms the issue:
https://www.tat.net.au/tatarticles/Issu ... 16_p11.pdf

Big ups to all the people who have contributed to this site with very useful information!
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Re: Throttle Sensor

Postby gussie » Mon Mar 19, 2018 6:07 pm

Picture of accelerator sensor:
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