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Code 37-14 ...Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor / Performance Problem The following code 37-14 A-B Correlation Code 61-1 battery voltage failure code 62-1battery voltage :...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I hate to be negative but there is not a big aftermarket for your car, try googling it, if you get nothing chevy may be the way to go.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
SOURCE: pedal position malfunction
You can change the tps alone. You do not have to change the entire throttle body. It shouldn't be riveted in place, it should have screws or bolts on one side or the other. If it's riveted in place, use a dremmel and grind the rivets off. You can replace rivets with screws on the new unit.
Posted on May 25, 2009
You need to test voltage and ground if you have less than 5 volts you have a problem with voltage not a problem with the throttle position sensor you may have gum build up in the throttle plate not allowing the plate to go to the full close positions and that can throw the same code you are getting. Also if you have a reading of .2 ohms or more from battery post to ground or to engine to ground or to engine ground to throttle to ground that could be your problem, after testing these items then next step is testing computer. But try cleaning the throttle assembly plate inside the backside and in the mouth where the plate goes. Also the Wide-open and idle position must be set when replacing the sensor or you will get the same error.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Testimonial: " I can't thank you enough. It does make great sense. I can do this cleaning of the throttle body. Again, thanks. I'll give it a go."
there is no adjustment on these tps's it's a drive by wire system. If you don't know the vehicle, dont post!
there's 2 sensors contained in the pedal sensor, and one on the throttle plate shaft, more often than not, it's the pedal sensor, and if you replaced that, it's the other one or a loose connection. did you reset the computer after replacing the pedal?
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
if you feel confident in using a digital auto test meter. Disconnect the sensor, and check the value range with the test meter to ensure it is within the set parameters.
However, before embarking on that task. Some ECU's will display a fault code, but will require re-setting to clear the code. With a new sensor fitted the ECU should re-set, although some "hold" the code in memory, it does not come up as a visible fault. Some vehicles can be driven a few miles, then the ECU will learn that the new sensor is within specs and will react accordingly.
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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