TPS Sensor- Toyota 3.4L 5VZFE 4Runner & Tacoma Aisan Throttle Position Sensor (2000-2004) TPS4-35030
New Aisan TPS sensor
4 Wire TPS only
If you TPS is a 3 wire model you need this part 89452-35020
Made in Japan
|V6 3.4L 5VZFE
|V6 3.4L 5VZFE
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Exact fit for the 4 pin TPS on my 2003 Tacoma. Only took about 5 minutes to install and adjust (the screw slots allow if to move and this adjusts the idle RPM). Had it shipped to Canada and it arrived relatively quickly.
Very professional when I called. Knowledgeable about the product and arrived quickly
Product was as described. It was a perfect fit.
TPS is an exact fit. Four pin. Replaced on my 2004 TRD 3.4. My old TPS was failing, causing hesitation.
So glad you guys carry this pesky sensor after finding out Toyota won’t sell it as a standalone part. They wanted $500+ dollars to buy the whole throttle body! 2 minute install, and a few minutes adjusting it and my Tacoma is good as new.
I will buy from here again
I bought this to replace the TPS on my 2004 tacoma (5VZ-FE, 312k miles). The truck was having "throttle lag" like issues. (This thread on Tacomaworld describes the same problem I had https://www.tacomaworld.com/threads/04-tacoma-hesitation-at-times-while-trying-to-accelerate.366842/ ) The 4 Pin, 35030 TPS for the 5VZ-FE is a hard to find sensor, after a while of searching, I found it here and gave it a shot. There's no option to add pictures, but it did came in a genuine Aisan box that said "Made in Japan". As expected, it was completely identical to the original. But parts had "Toyota", "Aisan", "89452-35030" molded into the plastic. The sensor has a ring that centers it to the throttle when installed, and the screw slots allow for some adjustability, I set mine to right in the middle. It was a simple 5 minute job, it plugged right in, and the truck fired right up with no issues. I've driven 1,500 miles so far with the new sensor, the problem was immediately gone and hasn't come back since. If any issues with premature failure arise with the sensor, then I will update this review. So far, the throttle feels more sensitive and accurate, and hasn't let me down yet. Thanks to Yotashop for carrying this hard to find sensor for a good price.