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Replacing a throttle positioning sensor ...1995 GMC Sierra 1500 2wd truck with the 305

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This will help you very much how to replace it. It is a video. Three choices are showing so look at all of them and decide which is best for you. All GM vehicle has the same settings for the voltage settings

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Code 22 on 95 gmc sierra what does that mean also t will start up but wants to die we replaced idle air control valve and also the throttle position sensor did not fix it i check vaccum lines all good it...


Trouble Code 22 indicates that the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) is reading abnormally low. TPS volts should be close to 0.42 V at closed throttle and rise smoothly in about 0.02 volt increments to a maximum reading of about 4.85 volts at WOT.
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