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Tps sensor how install a new tps sensor my car is a 1995 corolla 1.8 4 speed auto trans

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    i installed new sensor but truck will only idle now did i put on wrong

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There are 2 screws that hold the TPS on to the side of the throttle body. Before you take the old TPS off, note where the TPS is located regarding the adjustment slots. Remove the 2 screws, and remove the old TPS, install the new one, and try to achieve the SAME adjustment. If you get the adjustment wrong, the engine will idle up & down. If it does, move the new TPS slightly until the idle smooths out.

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