Question about 1998 Honda VFR 800
Should be off at ick over and then again fu;lly u should hear it click if u getclose enought
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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You should get an advanced obd reader to be sure that the TPS is not getting worn out in that spot. You can also use a VOM to check the TPS is you have a recording MIN/MAX feature on the meter. To test this you need to unhook the TPS (throttle position sensor) and hook up the meter to it. Then you SLOWLY press down on the pedal for the accellerator. The meter should be set to read OHMS and have min/max recording enabled. You can also have someone sit and watch the meter. The meter should go from infinty to near 0 at full throttle. You are not running the motor during this test by the way. If the meter suddenly drops out to 0 or starts showing readings that are sponeous and not in linear progression to what you are doing, the TPS is bad.
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