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Old 03-09-2019, 11:19 AM
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Confused TPS location

Good day mbworld. Iím a little confused on finding the exact location of the TPS(throttle positioning sensor) on a 2005 clk 320(w208). Is it around the master cylinder or behind the accelerator pedal? If you can send me a link illustrating the location, I would be much obliged.

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Old 03-09-2019, 06:53 PM
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Old 03-09-2019, 07:01 PM
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Good day. Thanks for your reply. The vin as requested WDBTJ65J75F145909.

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Old 03-09-2019, 08:51 PM
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I think you need to tell us why you are looking for a TPS sensor that is not apart of your ME SFI 112.955 engine----you have a throttle body actuator and a pedal position sensor and a load of shist between!!!

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Old 03-09-2019, 10:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Plutoe View Post
I think you need to tell us why you are looking for a TPS sensor that is not apart of your ME SFI 112.955 engine----you have a throttle body actuator and a pedal position sensor and a load of shist between!!!
the car loses power at times when the accelerator pedal is pressed but responds after a second or too. Was reading that itís the TPS sensor but since this car doesnít have one as you stated then it must be the pedal position sensor. Am I correct? Therefore would I need to change the entire pedal assembly ?

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Old 03-10-2019, 11:29 AM
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Before you waste your money,why not first get the car diagnosed.
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Re:Diagnosis

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Before you waste your money,why not first get the car diagnosed.
Good day Plutoe. First off thanks again. I had gotten the vehicle Diagnosed but the only error codes I got was from the o2 sensors. Those will be changed. I already changed injectors, coils, spark plugs, and wires. Cleaned the MAF. Changed back to OEM air filters from the K&N I initially got. After doing this maintenance, I reset the computer. After going on a test run, there was a slight delay in the throttle response and the reason Iím looking for the stop lamp switch is because my dash displays an ESP error message. I got this CLK with basically no historical maintenance and thatís why Iím trying to slowly eliminate the error codes.

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Problem solved!

Good day. After changing the MAF sensor, everything is running smoothly and no check engine light. Special thanks to Plutoe for assisting me.

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