Throttle Bodies

The throttle body is a mechanism that controls the amount of air entering your engine and thereby controls the power. The airflow is managed by a pivoting valve that is controlled either by the accelerator (throttle) cable or electronic actuator operated using the gas pedal. A bad throttle body may cause jerking, stalling, expected surges in speed, poor acceleration and poor fuel economy.
Contents: Fuel Injection Throttle Bodies, Throttle Body Motors and Other Throttle Components