TPS calibration issue

 
Old 02-21-2019, 05:02 PM
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hey I got a new tps from ebay. I checked and verified that my wires to it are correct. With the new tps installed I get 0.01volts closed wether itís turns fully counter clockwise or fully turned clockwise. With it opened wot I get only 2.66v and 3.11v when itís fully turned clockwise and counter clockwise while wot. Whatís going on? From experience can someone tell me if I just got a tps for a dual point system? And or your thoughts thanks

pm6 ecu

i looked up the part number itís 37825PAAA01
it looks to be the correct part number

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Old 02-21-2019, 06:46 PM
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I threw it on and started the car. It doesnít bog down and idle low and rough anymore and it didnít need a little gas to start either but I still have a code 7 popping up at the ecu
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Old 02-23-2019, 01:40 PM
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Iíve tried since another pm6 ecu and still got a code 7. I went to an electrical shop and they said it could be the ecu. I replied but the car as a whole runs and works. Can that single circuit for the tps in the ecu go bad? He said yes. That a single circuit in an ecu can go bad. What are yíalls thoughts on that. Iím thinking itís a wiring problem. Instead of opening up my harness and looking for where there might be a short to ground. Iím thinking of just depinning the ecu and tps plug and adding three entirely new wires to that circuit what do yíall think?
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Old 02-23-2019, 02:32 PM
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TPS Si vs non si is opposite, You have the wrong TPS I am a thinking.
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