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How do i reset the TPS sensor a 1990 nissan 300zx non turbo...?

No major problems but have changed the tps and not sure how to set it... ? cheers

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The correct way to set the tps on 90+ 300zx is to use a volt meter, set it to x.xx, stick the red part from your voltmeter into the white wire on the TPS 3-wire sensor, black wire goes to black. try to get it to ~.45 volts. thie is critical on automatics, not so much on manuals.

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At idle ,if the tps is adjustable,with slotted screw mount holes,,while at idle move tps(with screws loose )untill idle sounds about right ,then tighten ,with out rpm meter hard to adjust just right ,but not crittical

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