If you open the hood and look in at your engine towards the back you will see a fairly long item that looks a little like a metal bottle. On the right side there will be a doohickie (throttle body) that has some pulleys, a big black tube going to your air filter, and a cable running to it hooked to your gas pedal. The hose hooked to the throttle body is the air hose. In order to use the cleaner to clean your throttle body you will have to take the air hose off of it using a screwdriver to loosen the clamp. After the hose is off you can look inside and see a shiny metal disk that is blocking the throttle body almost completely. This is the throttle plate they were referring to. If none of this makes sense and all you see is your air hose running up under a huge black plastic thing then you have an engine cover you need to take off to see what I'm talking about.Originally posted by accentrider01
Having trouble finding the throttle body, is it under the engine, on top, in the middle?
In other words can use this cleaner looking over the engine or do I need to go underneath? the air duct is a hose right?
If yall could tell me this I'll be a happy rider:rambo: