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Old 03-21-2004, 10:16 PM   #1
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Default TPS sensor wiring...

Can anyone tell me which wire corrisponds to what function?

I'm wiring up my harness to my BBk mustang TB, and need to know what wire is which.

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Old 03-22-2004, 09:34 AM   #2
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anyone?

red wire - ?
Green wire - ?
Yellow wire - ?
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Old 03-22-2004, 09:57 AM   #3
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well mathmaticly there are 9 combinations......................................
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don't know if this helps.. ecu pinouts...

red/blue = c7
yel/wht = c13
grn/wht = c12
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That is true...however, only 1 combination will work for me.

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Well is that the order they appear in on the connector?

If so Id say Green is Voltage reference, Yellow is signal return, and red is your power wire.

Green and yellow could be switched around this is totally a hunch but thats just what Im thinking from what I remember on most 3 wire sensors from good ol tech school.

this is as far as which wire goes where in the connecter on average.
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personally i am not sure of there funtion but if you have your old tb use a multi meter to check the resistence between the pins 1-2 2-3 1-3 write them down do the same thing to your new one and hook them up to wich ever is the closest should be wortha try
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The Green one is a ground
The yellow one is constant 5V
The red one fluctuates between 0 and 5V depending on how open or closed the throttle is

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The Green one is a ground
The yellow one is constant 5V
The red one fluctuates between 0 and 5V depending on how open or closed the throttle is

http://www.integra.orcon.net.nz/tps
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Wow I was way off, I guess that its a good thing they put this stuff in shop manuals....lol or Id have some very unhappy customers.
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actually the green is ground
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