Question about 2000 Ford Crown Victoria
Hello! Number 1 suspect is the Throttle Positioning Sensor (TPS)...It can be tested using a volt meter...If you do not have one let me know...
The TPS is mounted on the throttle body and held in place by two bolts...It has a three wire connector...Wire colors are...Gray/White...Brown/White...And Gray/Red...Using two safety pins...Push one pin into the rear of the in-place connector on the Gray/White wire...And the other on the Brown/White wire...Place + probe of meter (set to read 5 volts) on the Gray/White and the - probe on the Brown/White...Turn key to on...Meter should read less than 1 volt (.85)...Move the + probe with safety pin to the Gray/Red wire...Should read 5 volts..Send results...
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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