Pontiac G5 Throttle Body
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About Throttle Body
In the traditional gasoline spark ignition engine, the throttle body is a part of the air intake system that enables the volume of air sloshing to the combustion chamber of the engine. It comprises of a housing unit that contains a throttle plate, also identified as a butterfly valve, which rotates on a shaft. The throttle plate opens whenever the accelerator is pushed down and allows the air to reach the engine. When the gas pedal is pressed, the butterfly closes and efficiently chokes the air out of the throttle into the combustion chamber. This feedback loop effectively regulates the speed of the engine and, ultimately, the speed of the vehicle. The latest technology uses sensors and electric motors to regulate and manage the throttle body. The body of the electric throttle is a device that regulates the amount of air the engine absorbs. It transmits a request to the machine when you step onto the gas pedal, which then sends the message to a small electric motor inside the throttle body. The electric motor pushes the throttle plate and, depending on the gas pedal position, lets more or less air into the engine. The throttle body, like any part of the vehicle, may eventually wear out. You will very rarely find yourself with a completely broken throttle. Infrequently, however, the entire throttle system comes out and you may have to remove the entire throttle assembly, but this usually occurs only in vehicles with a high mileage. Over time, the inside of the throttle body can be crumpled with carbon, which can make the throttle plate sticky and close uneven.
How Throttle Body Works?
The throttle body is a critical piece of the air intake system which controls the amount of air flowing into the motor. The amount of air allowed in depends on how hard the driver is pushing the accelerator pedal to the floor. A sensor called a throttle position sensor receives a signal relative to where your foot is positioned as you press down on the pedal. This sensor relays this information to the main computer of the vehicle, which gives it continuous feedback about the throttle position. The pedal's location in this spectrum is how the machine decides what to tell the fuel injection system about how much more or less fuel is to be injected into the system. When this process is properly regulated, the car's engine is introduced with a perfect balance of air and fuel, allowing it to run smoothly and perform at an optimum level.
Where is Throttle Body Located?
The throttle body between the air filter and the intake manifold, the throttle body contains the delicate throttle system that controls a key component of the ignition of the spark, which is air flow.