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This is a very easy part to change. It has 2 screws and 1 electric connector. One end of the TPS has an elongnated screwhole and the other screwhole is just a hole. At most you may need to use a pair of pliers on the screwdriver to grip the screwdriver better. The screws were put in to stay.
The back of the TPS has a slot which fits on the shaft of the Butterfly flap in the Airhorn. You just fit the slot over the shaft and then everything will be flush to the Airhorn Then tighten the screws, plug in the electric connector and usually you are done. If the idle speed does not seem as high or is higher than before that is what the elongnated screwhole is for. You would loosen both screws and twist the TPS to adjust. There is only slight adjustment possible.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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The throttle position (TP) sensor 1 and 2
The throttle body functions are similar to a conventional throttle body with the following exceptions:
An electric motor opens and closes the throttle valve.
The throttle blade is spring loaded in both directions and the default position is slightly open.
There are 2 individual TP sensors within the throttle body assembly.
Oh yea it has two TPS - throttle position sensors ! An you have to replace the whole assembly !
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