This electronic throttle body features enhanced internal components to prevent future failures. The material is 100% new housing aluminum, eliminating the need for remanufacturing and core charging for reliability and convenience. Each unit includes new throttle position sensors for full serviceability. And it's a direct replacement for easy installation. After professional design, our current sensors are designed with PCB integrated circuit design structure, which greatly improves the stability of the product. Hall type electronic throttle adopts non-contact Hall angle position sensor for angle control, which can effectively prevent static electricity. It destroys the chip, enhances the anti-interference ability, suppresses the reflection interference, and increases the life span caused by signal distortion.
Applicable to: The electronic throttle body is suitable for 2007-2011 Jeep Patriot 2.4L, 2007-2010 Jeep Patriot 2.0L, 2007-2011 Jeep Compass 2.4L, 2007-2010 Jeep Compass 2.0L, 2007-2010 Dodge caliber 2.4L, and 2007/2010 Dodge caliber 2.0 L, 2007-2009 Dodge Caliber 1.8L, 2007-2010Chrysler Sebring 2.4L, 2008-2010 Dodge Avenger 2.4L, 2009-2010 Dodge Tour 2.4L.
Replace on Number: 04891735AC, 04891735AD, US PAT.5429090 E057E0B, 977-025, TB1150.
Replace parts numbered 04891735AC, 04891735AD, US PAT.5429090 E057E0B, 977-025, TB1150.
Quality: Professional design, our current sensor using PCB integrated circuit design structure, greatly improve the stability of the product. Hall type electronic throttle adopts non-contact Hall Angle position sensor for Angle control, which can effectively prevent static electricity. The chip is damaged, the anti-interference capability is enhanced, the reflection interference is suppressed, and the lifetime caused by signal distortion is increased.
Better performance: This electronic throttle body has enhanced internal components to prevent future failures. 100% new housing aluminum, no remanufacturing, no core charging, high reliability and convenience.
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