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The throttle position sensor is bad. How do I replace it?

(2004 Hyundai XG350)
in Lubbock, TX on July 13, 2013
Got the codes, and the sensor is bad. Got the sensor but can't find where it goes. Anyone able to help? Please and thank you!
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on October 12, 2013
on the side of the throttle body facing u if u look straight at the car from the front u have to b careful to put it in right or u will throw other codes like valve stuck shut an u have to reset the system by turniong key in on position slowly depress peddle to floor then let up turn off then should b good
follow your intake tube to the throttle body. Sensor should be in the vicinity of the throttle body.
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