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Old 05-11-2007, 10:03 AM
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How to test Throttle Position Sensor, TPS?

My throttle seems to be real touchy and almost unresponsive in really specific spots. I think it is just me learning the PSD and the trans shift points. But, I would like to ohm out the TPS just to check it out. Is there a link or previous thread on how to do this? And what values to expect.
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