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Wont pass emissions

THE CODES SAYS THAT THE TPS IS NOT IN SYCN BUT IM NOT SURE WERE TO START WITH THIS SO IF ANYONE HAS THE SAME PROBLUM AND FIXED IT LET ME KNOW

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    U start by taking it to a dealer.

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L bought a 2001 focus and wouldnt pass the air test,,it was a carboned up Eg valve,,cleaned and passed flying colours

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Tps is throtle position sensor check inside the throttle body the could be abuild up of gum clean with carby cleaner to improve air flow and has anyone moved the adjusting screw on the throttle these are factory and dont work well when moved reset codes road test and check codes again if the code come back replace tps switch

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