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Tps help

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by OBD0SiR, Sep 21, 2008.

  1. OBD0SiR

    OBD0SiR New Member

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    I have a JDM B16 gen 1 in a 91 hatch and I am trying to calibrate my tps. For some reason i an getting 4.3v at idle and .8v WOT. itried switching the outter wires and i get .01v at idle and 3.1v WOT. i have tried moving the sensor around to calibrate it and that is the bst reading i have gotten. i dont know if this is a wiring problem or a bad tps.
     
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    efhondakid My name is Byron. VIP

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    It should be .5v at idle and 4.5v WOT, it may be a bad TPS if your getting low readings and youve adjusted it either way through the range of adjustment.
     
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    OBD0SiR New Member

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    thats kinda what i thought. i am getting a 5v reference and i have adjusted it all the way in both directions. i just didnt want to buy a new one if it would be something else. thanks
     
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    Take the tps off and when you put it back on make sure the black piece of the tps that rotates goes in between the 2 metal holder things on the throttle shaft.

    Rotate the throttle slowly. Does the voltage change gradually?
     
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