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#1 ple1ades

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Posted 14 April 2006 - 05:34 PM

So I have been having TPS problems for about the past two weeks. I went to the junk yard to get a new one got two of them. One of them was from a RX one was from a wagon turbo (had a dirfront plug on it). After trying the one from the RX it worked for a while then started acting up damit. I chopped the plug off of the TPS I took off my car and wired it up to the TPS from the turbo wagon. That one worked for a while then started acting up again I know this one works so I tryed to change the mounting position of the TPS I turned it clockwise all the way problem got WAY WORSE. Ok I think I figured it out I changed the mounting psition again this time almost all the way counter clockwise maybe 75% and OMG all my throttle problems are gone I can drive with out my sudden power loss.:banana: :clap:

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Posted 15 April 2006 - 08:45 AM

MMMM How is the fuel economy now? if will be getting more fuel now so if its using heaps of juice..send it back a little..this is fine tuning...cheers

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Posted 15 April 2006 - 08:45 AM

Good job!
I will try that on my 89 today.

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Posted 15 April 2006 - 09:45 AM

here is a way to "recondition" your existing TPS:
http://xt6.net/forum...opic.php?t=5525

#5 ple1ades

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Posted 15 April 2006 - 03:50 PM

I dont think I am using any extra fuel. I cant realy add it up since I dont have a rear O2 sensor in my exhaust my fuel economy is down becuase of that I will be getting one in any day then I will do fuel enonomy tests. I can say its running ten times better than it ever has. Like the post on link says make sure your TPS is bad before taking it apart I would make sure I have a extra one before I opened the one from my car. :)




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