Sensors Throttle Position For Volkswagen Eos. When it comes to your Volkswagen Golf, you want parts and products from only trusted brands. It is relatively serious problem since it can leave your vehicle in failsafe mode.
As opposed to the old way, once you step foot on the gas pedal, the request to open isn't sent to the throttle valve right away. For example, an extra "closed throttle position sensor" (CTPS) may be employed to indicate that the throttle is completely closed. All you can really do is make sure the connector on the throttle body is seated and good.
This sensor can fail gradually, or all at once.
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If your VW Eos is not reading how much gas you are giving it, or if it can't respond to the fuel pedal, you'll get the EPC light. Possible causes - Faulty Accelerator Pedal Position (APP) Sensor. I don't think VW has a procedure to test that TPS with a multimeter, it's a drive-by-wire throttle unit, all the sensors are built into it and test procedures involve the scan tool and using the meter only to verify wiring between that connector and the ECU.