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You can remove the fuse for the ECU or remove the battery for 10 mins or so ,should do the job. You probably have to drive the car through all its gears at varying revs before the ECU gets a chance to re-learn it'self
attach any scan tool then push ECU reset. if desperate pull battery neg lug for 5m, and put back. this bat pull, also resets all things, even things not wanted. radio, alarm., remote start bs box, and other things.
the ECU on many cars calibrate the TPS, when freshly booted. so reset the ecu.