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TPS reading should be what?

Old 08-22-06, 10:24 PM
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TPS reading should be what?

i was wondering if anyone knew what the TPS reading at idle should be? because currently mine is reading 26% when im OFF the gas and 89% WOT.....and belive me..it not really WOT to make it say 89% so i was wondering if that was the situation or if i have to get a new TPS or re-adjust it?
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Old 08-23-06, 01:30 AM
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It should read 20% at idle when fully warmed up. 26% is a bit on the high side so it could stand an adjustment. 89% is a bit low for WOT but high enough (as long as it reads over 85% when WOT, it'll be fine)

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Old 08-23-06, 10:15 AM
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ah ok NP! thanks alot! gosh! could that be why my car isnt holding idle anymore? i think its a leak acually just covering my bases! thanks!
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It can cause idle problems; surging idle, or stalling on decel if its too far out of adjustment.
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