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okay, i just adjusted my TPS. It was set at .39V, i unscrewed the little screws and rotated it but the highest voltage i could get was like .43V...the procedures on se-r.net say that the TPS voltage should be set at .45-.55V...ah well...it just seems like the TPS won't budge any farther, it's kinda hard. anyway, now my idle is at around...oh...say....1850rpms. where is the idle adjust screw on the high port SR20? i have looked around the throttle body, but i just can't see it...it's probably right under my nose, so someone go ahead and make me feel stupid. :D
 

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okay, i just adjusted my TPS. It was set at .39V, i unscrewed the little screws and rotated it but the highest voltage i could get was like .43V...the procedures on se-r.net say that the TPS voltage should be set at .45-.55V...ah well...it just seems like the TPS won't budge any farther, it's kinda hard. anyway, now my idle is at around...oh...say....1850rpms. where is the idle adjust screw on the high port SR20? i have looked around the throttle body, but i just can't see it...it's probably right under my nose, so someone go ahead and make me feel stupid. :D
It's on the passenger side of the intake manifold, right above the AAC valve.



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AAC valve...hmm...i have to become more familiarized with all these different valves and ****...but thanks man, i'll look and see.
 

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idle fixed. bang on ~850rpm. sweet...TPS is still reading .40V....wtf?
 

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Mine is reading .43 right now too. How'd you manage to get those screws off? They don't look all that easy to get at....
 

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I used a mini-phillips headed screwdriver. the screws are hard as crap to get to, yah. i can't get mine to go past .40V. SE-R.net says .45 at idle, and i believe 4V at WOT.
 
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