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Mazda 3 throttle stop position reset

No, just the fuse layout "no engine test TEN / no ground".

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The circuit that the fuse is on won't have power-nothing will come on or work on that circuit. You can pull the fuse out and see if the element inside has snapped apart, or the easiest way to check fuses is with a test light. On the top of all fuses, there are two small cavities or indents-one at each end of fuse top. These are test points or probes for fuses- the metal is exposed through the cavity. Ground a test light lead to a good metal bracket or bolt under the dash. Now turn key to ON-do not start engine. With key on every fuse on the car will be powered-every one. Touch your test light probe to one of the indents. If test light does not come on, it is not grounded well. Make sure you have it grounded good. Now use the probe to touch both ends of the fuse, first one end and then the other end. A good fuse will light tester on both ends of fuse-meaning the element inside has not blown. A bad or blown fuse will only light up the test light on one end of fuse. If fuse has blown, power will not pass through the fuse, but will be stopped at the fuse on the one side. Check your fuses this way and you will not have to pull the fuse out to inspect it. You can also check the fuses under the hood (all fuses, including the larger maxi-fuses).
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OBD Code 22 - Throttle Position Sensor Error (Signal Low)
The Throttle Position sensor signals the Engine Control Module as to the current position of the engine throttle valve. The current throttle valve opening is based on the driver's input from the gas pedal. The ECM uses the information from this sensor to help calculate fuel delivery and spark timing.

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Pin 4 (Black and yellow wire) is the ground. Specification: continuity to ground ( less than 1 ohm)
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3.With a voltmeter measure terminal 2 of the sensor with the throttle closed, Specification is .2 to.4 volts.
4. With ta voltmeter monitor terminal 2 with the throttle fully open.The specification on terminal 2 is 4 to 4.4 V.
5. Slowly open and close the throttle while monitoring terminal 2 and make sure you have a smoot increase and decrease in voltage as the throttle is moved from close to open throttle and returned to idle.


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