Question about 1991 Dodge Dakota
Mess with the TPS( Code 24)
The center wire, is the sensor wire or output back to the computer.
One of the two outside wires,is 5 volts coming to the sensor, and the other goes on and on to other sensors.
If you probe one outer wire at a time with red lead of a VOM and black to any metal (ground) you will find one with 5 volts. Leave your probe on it and move the blk to the center sensor wire.
Move the throttle and see if you have 1volt closed,close to 5v open.
May end up putting in a new sensor. 19 years old.
No issues with what you did so far,wires,etc.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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