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TPS help needed FAST!

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by Civic_Tacoma, Jun 8, 2004.

  1. Civic_Tacoma

    Civic_Tacoma Member

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    I'm trying to finish my swap, and I just noticed that the TPS on my new engine is broken. i had a spare intake manifold, but teh TPS on it is broken also. Can I use the TPS from my DPFI manifold and just swap the wires like I need to on the MPFI one or not? Thanks.
     
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    I think so. Someone back me up on this, but I think all honda TPS sensors are the same (for the given OBD).
     
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    Anyone else....i hate to buy one if I don't need to. Also...how do you get those bolts out?
     
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    well i know all the obd1 tps are the same, if that helps
     
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    you take a dremel and cut a slit into the two screws so that you can use a flathead screwdriver to take them out
     
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    since were talking about tps screws, if they are flat originally how do they screw them in? lol i ask the weirdest shit
     
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