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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pedal position malfunction
You can change the tps alone. You do not have to change the entire throttle body. It shouldn't be riveted in place, it should have screws or bolts on one side or the other. If it's riveted in place, use a dremmel and grind the rivets off. You can replace rivets with screws on the new unit.
Posted on May 25, 2009
If you can get a good scanner plugged into it, you can read the TPS as you slowly depress the throttle to see if it has a dead spot. This is the best way to view the TPS as well as the communication to the computer. You will see it "count" up on the scanner screen.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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ok on a 2.4l on the black/green and white wires use ohm meter and there is no specific spec for that engine just make sure the the resistance changes and there is no dead spots. for the 3.0l black and white wires specs are 1.0-9.0k ohms im guessing the specs are the same either engine. close to full open
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
Hi, Check fuel filter and replace. Check and replace sparkplugs. Check ignition components. coil, wires, distributor for cracks. and then check for codes. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 22, 2011
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