Question about 1995 Suzuki Sidekick
The Throtle position sensor (attached to the air intake) has a section that senses when you take your foot off the accelerator. This sends an alert to the engine control processor, and the processor adjust the amount of fuel and air going to the engine to keep it from stalling. Check that there is not any binding in the throttle cable that might keep the contacts in the TPS from closing. Sometime it only taked a little cleaning and oi. WD40 works wonders, but needs to be reapplied at times to keep it free. It this doesen't work, the TPS may need to be replaced and calibrated... the calibration is to check the output of the "throtle close" contacts are open when the throtle is slightly open and shorted when the throtle is closed.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
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