Light weight thinker
Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Western NC
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Pedro: Yes the connector is removed. You can see it there just to the left. You need to remove the connector to get the resistance measurement (cannot be done in circuit). I think you should remove your tps, and try looking at the resistance across the leads while you work it manually and see if gives you "smooth" resistance, like a steady increase when you work it up the range. There's no way you've got 300 something volts. If you get smooth resistance, you're probably good. I think it should read from like 500 ohm or less, to like 20k or something. Someone correct me if I'm wrong here.
Coach: You can set the top range by adjusting for the bottom, and then checking the top. If it's out, you adjust the throttle stop screw where the cable is to make it lower or higher. It doesn't need to go far.
Teal97: Explain about the 4.16 thing. I figured as long as you were close, but outside the range, you were good to go.
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