Mopar OEM Throttle Position Sensor (TPS), 03-05 Neon SRT-4

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Model Number: 220224-TPS

If you own a 2003-2005 Dodge SRT-4 and have noticed the following problems it might be time to replace your throttle position sensor (TPS) on your throttle body.

  • Inconsistent throttle response between engine and the gas pedal
  • Odd surging, or delays related to gas

This is a brand new, OEM Mopar Throttle Position Sensor. We have sold many of these TPS sensors and IAC sensors to customers that bought cheap no name brand sensors, and had issues, then later came back to buy a Mopar sensor. Don't fool around with a cheaper sensor only to have problems later, the savings is not worth it when you have problems or break down on the side of the road.

  • rogelio
    Will this fit the connector from your tps rewire kit. I bought a tps but the connector wouldn't fit the sensor.
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      If you bought a TPS sensor and the OEM connector didn't fit, its because you didn't buy a Neon SRT4 TPS sensor. We offer only OEM Mopar TPS sensors and they fit perfectly with the oem wiring.
  • James Fox
    Would a bad TPS cause you to have a check engine light for a overboost code?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      No, if you have any problems with a TPS Sensor, you'll have an erratic driving sensation, and or a poor idle.
  • Brandon
    Are these tps plug and play or will they need to be calibrated? I have an 04 nsrt4
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      There is no calibration needed. You can remove your old one and replace it, and immediately drive your car.
  • david peters
    My srt4 holds a rev at around 1500 rpm when the clutch is in, then revs up with the clutch out. Also smokes when I accelerate. And the acceleration is jerky unresponsive like described above. Will this fix that issue?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      The proper way to diagnose your car is to hook up a scan tool and look at the voltage coming from the sensor, or check your codes in the pcm for faults. What you have described sounds like a bad TPS sensor but could be other issues as well like a vacuum leak, etc. It could be TPS, or even TPS wiring, its best to have your car idling in neutral and shake the wiring going to the TPS/IAC to make sure its not either of those wirings.
  • ekhatchy
    hello can I use 220224-TPS this produce on my pt turbo, will it work beeing that it has the srt4 motor?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      No, this sensor does not work on the PT Turbo.