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my ecu codes

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by CRX2NR18, Apr 24, 2004.

  1. CRX2NR18

    CRX2NR18 Senior Member

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    throwing up a , 5, 7 , and 20

    how do i remove the TPS sensor? i coudlnt figure it out
     
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    YouKnowWhoIBee my avatar is better.

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    next time post it in the ecu's/electroinics forum. But anyway....

    5=map sensor
    7=tps
    20=electrical load detector

    And on a d-series the tps is on top of the throttle body.(i think) Maybe you unpluged it not knowing what it was, and you are throwing the code because the circiut was broken. Clear your codes (unplug the negative battery wire for like 20 seconds) and read them again.
     
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    also what you can do to test your TPS sensor is, start the car, while running, unplug the TPS sensor, wait for the ECU to throw a code for it, or just wait 20 sec. turn the car off, plug it in, start it up and see if its stil giving you a check engine light. when you start it back up dont look at the ecu for codes look at the ceck engine, cuz the ecu wil store the code for a while. but you can clear the codes by dissconnecting the - battery wire, but its recomended you just, remove the fuse for your Flasher circuit, in your right hand shock tower fuse box (the main fuse box) for 20 sec. this way you dont ahve to reset your clock and radio.
     
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