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Susuki esteem TPS

Dead pedal...car won't accelerate? How do you reset the TPS?

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Old post.
they used 2 engines, one is 1.6L and 1.8L other.
so my guess, is , that
car starts ok. hot or cold engine.
and
car has no power at WOT, (it wont be the TPS)
Is the check engine light on, key on, and does it stay off running?
if not the ECU/PCM (enginebrain) wants to tell you what is wrong
why not ask it.?
ok there are 3 forms of power loss (engine power)
1: WOT, wide open throttle (on most cars that is the MAF sensor)
2: cruising say,at 45mph that too is MAF + oxy sensor.
3: accelerating only, the TPS does cause Enriich mode.
if not , then the TPS is dead.

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The proper fluid level is marked on the dip stick. With the engine running and in park, raise the hood and remove the dip stick from the autotrans filler tube. With a clean rag, wipe down the stick and then place the dip stick all the way back in the tube again, and then pull it out once more.
Holding the stick level, you can now read what the fluid level is.

If you add any fluid, do so in small amounts, such as a half a pint at a time.

Do not add fluid with engine running.

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