TMMK Made Model

The non-contact type accelerator pedal position sensor uses a Hall IC, which is mounted on the accelerator pedal arm.

► The magnetic yoke that is mounted at the base of the accelerator pedal arm moves around the Hall IC in accordance with the amount of effort that is applied to the accelerator pedal. The Hall IC converts the changes in the magnetic flux that occur at that time into electrical signals, and outputs them in the form of accelerator pedal effort to the ECM.

► This accelerator pedal position sensor includes 2 Hall ICs and circuits for the main and sub signals. It converts the accelerator pedal depressing angles into electric signals with two differing characteristics and outputs them to the ECM.

Hall IC

Sensor Housing

Magnetic Yoke

Accelerator Pedal Arm

Hall IC

Sensor Housing

Accelerator Pedal Arm

Hall IC

Magnetic Yoke

Accelerator Pedal Arm

Fully Open

Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor

Accelerator Pedal Position (Angle)

285EG72

0140EG126C

Hall IC

Accelerator Pedal Arm

Fully Open

Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor

Accelerator Pedal Position (Angle)

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