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Yamaha v star 650. With the tps sensor off the carb and not connected to anything. How many ohms should the tps sensor put out?


Hi Daniel the following information is courtesy of Road Star Clinic and written by Steve Graham
  • With the TPS cable disconnected from the bike's harness, you'll see that the wires from the TPS are Blue, Yellow, and Black. Using an Ohmmeter (the digital type is best), measure the resistance between the terminals for the Blue and Black wires. It should be between 4k ~ 6k Ohm at 68-degrees F. Temperature "IS" a factor, so you'll find it will vary some with different temps. Throttle position is NOT a factor in this measurement.
  • Measure the resistance between the Yellow and Black terminals, with the throttle closed. If it does not fall within the desired range, then by loosening the M4 screws holding the TPS to the bracket, you can rotate the TPS until it shows the correct reading on the Ohmmeter. With the right setting established, retighten the screws. So far, I've found that every TPS I've installed has needed a setting of 650 to 675-Ohm. If you measure the resistance between the Yellow and Black terminals while opening the throttle from idle to fully open, you should see a progressive change from the set point to a maximum between 4k ~ 6k-Ohm.
Not all digital ohmmeters are setup the same. Some have a multiplier on the LCD for each scale (X10, X100, X1K, and X10K), but yours may have range limits that just indicate the highest limit of each setting on the dial. With that type of ohmmeter, you'd use the 10-K or 20-K scale (whichever it comes with) while reading the blue & black wires (which just means that 10,000 or 20,000 Ohms is that scale's greatest resolution). The reading taken from the blue & black wires is the maximum resistance of the TPS and isn't effected by throttle position. When you measure the resistance between the blue and black wires you should get something in the neighborhood of 5,000 Ohms (give or take about 500). Multiply that number times the standard of .13 to .15 (I just use .14) and the result is the resistance to set the TPS position to while reading the yellow and black wires. With ohmmeters that have range limits, you'd use the 1K or 2K scale (whichever it has) to set it while connected to the yellow and black wires. The yellow and black wires show the variable resistance of the TPS depending on throttle position and what you're doing is setting the nominal resistances at idle.
Once it's set, if you open the throttle you'll see the resistance across those wires climb between 4,000 to 6,000 Ohms. When you drop the throttle back to idle, it should return to the previously set reading (plus or minus 25 Ohms). It'll vary some, so don't sweat it if it doesn't return to exactly what you set it to.
Good luck and have a nice day.

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How do I adjust TPS on 03 corolla


Please check the video ....it is nicely explained

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Tps prob!!


wont go to high idle
this is the IAC failing not TPS, the tps only signals to the ECU
that you are at idle.

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Will the 2008 kx250f wheels fit on a 2010 kx250f


Measure them and see. But, anything can be made to fit if you really want it to.

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Wont switch gears tell at 5500 rpms


check out tps sensor it has a big effect on shifting of vehicle. The data provided by TPS is invaluable for proper startup, idle and easy throttle response of the car. These operations are affected when a bad throttle position sensor feeds erroneous data to the car's computer because of which the:
  • Engine malfunction indicator light (MIL) is turned on
  • The driver of a car experiences difficulty while changing gears.
  • The fuel economy of the car drops drastically.
  • Causes difficulty in setting base-ignition-timing of the car a bad tps causes transmission shift issues, bucking, jerking, idle surging, engine cut off, hesitation on take off, surge while cruising down highway. it may not be that but try another one and find out. you can test the tps, just unplug connector to it. use a ohms meter and hook one lead to the top and other to the center prongs on tps itself. next move throttle very slow, if good tps will move needle on ohms tester it will sweep up without cutting out. but if you perform this test and the needle hesitates at any time you move throttle plate it is bad. 1 is ground, 2 is signal, the prongs on tps. good-luck

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2005 KX250F Idle problem. Carb has been cleaned...


try doing a idle drop procedure. this will help out alot.

May 21, 2010 | 2004 kawasaki KX 250 F

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Does 06 rmz450 rear wheel fit kx250f 04 05


No it is a different size carrier and ring set on the rim, the hub is probably larger on the rmz450 then the kx250f

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Need instructions for installing a tps sensor- '87 buick lesabre


you will need an ohm volt meter which is cheap these days at any reliable auto parts/Radio Shack store. The setting is 1.5 volts. The TPS is adjustable when the set screws are a little loose. Black wire is negative The other two wires are Positive. You can set this TPS fairly easy with the ignition on. The ohm meter will come with instructions how to use when purchased

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TPS


turn on car and use voltmeter on the sensor get the base reading then get a reading with the throttle partly opened and see if it increases or what. it could be faulty, if it is not within spec then get a new one, unplug the batter negative terminal and install new sensor. reconnect everything and you shuold be on your way!

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