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Old 12-20-2012, 12:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default vitara 1996 1.6 16v - tps adjusment

hello

still cant understand the procedure of how to adjust tps in my car

cant understant what is the dashpot and what to disconnect in it .

second, cant fint the tps wiring which leg is number 1 ,2,3,4 ?

third - i have a dvm unit , to what to adjust it ? 20 oham ?

four - where is the throtle stop screw and the throtle lever ?

five - according to the fsm book of vitara (6e3-c1-8) , 3 feeler gage needed by order - from 0.65 to 0.8 to 0.5 , do i need to adjust the stop screw between all the procedure ?

please understand i am talking foreign language (israel) i have a technical understand but i need some more explanation.

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Old 12-20-2012, 12:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The 16v does not have a throttle opener (dashpot).
Do not remove the TPS from the car, just loosen the screws so you will be able to turn the TPS slightly. Get a 0.5mm feeler gauge, and have your voltmeter set to ohms, at 2k. Make sure that your throttle plate is closed. Then put the feeler gauge between throttle stop screw and the throttle lever. Disconnect the TPS connector. Put the needles of your voltmeter on the bottom and 2nd to bottom pin of the TPS connector that goes to the TPS. Now move the TPS all the way anti-clockwise to the very end, then very slowly start moving the TPS back in a clockwise directly just until your voltmeter just begins to register ohms. The reading should be below 300 ohms. Just as soon as the voltmeter just begins to register ohms tighten the screws to the TPS. Here is a page from the FSM showing diagrams of what everything looks like
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Old 12-20-2012, 03:04 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Default maybe this link will explain everything

this is my problem ...
can you tell that this is happen because of the tps or the ics?

please notice that the hasitate happen with no foot on the gas

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Sorry, I do not understand. You are putting your foot on the gas pedal to get the car to go up to 4000 rpm, yes? Then the idle drops back down to about 800-1000 rpm by itself. I do not see any 'hesitation', if this is what you are doing.
The first thing that anyone who has 'hesitation' or 'bogging' needs to do is to clean out the EGR valve. You can remove the valve from the car and clean the valve with carburetor cleaner, so that all openings in the valve are clear, and the diaphragm, which rided up and down a spindle, snaps back strongly to its rearward position. When the diaphragm is in the forward position, at idle, it makes the car hesitate. You should also clean the intake and exhaust ports that you see when the valve is removed from the car.
Your car appears to be idling properly - I do not think that you have a TPS or ICS problem, from what I can see on your video.
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no this is not what happen
1. i put my foot on the gas pedal and reach to 4000 rpm.
2. i move my leg from the gas pedal so the rpm will go down.
3 whats happening is that - you can see a little hassitate at 1500 rpm and then its go back to idke.
in normal car when you take off your foot from the gas pedal the rpm going down quickly to udke - mine is not like that.
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This is normal.
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cant run video from my spot in South america

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hello

still cant understand the procedure of how to adjust tps in my car

cant understand what is the dashpot and what to disconnect in it .
my tps page covers 89-98 and even 1.8L sports
and does not mention dashpots on any 16v .
TPS testing and calibration , all sidekicks and trackers

second, cant find the tps wiring which leg is number 1 ,2,3,4 ?
look again,, read sticky 1 , it show my page and the search
on my page , for TPS ,takes you to the correct page. see link above
pin 1 is bottom . as it said, and shows graphically.!

third - i have a dvm unit , to what to adjust it ? 20 ohm ?
read the instructions.
are they not clear, if not clear,ask what is not.?

four - where is the throttle stop screw and the throttle lever ?
the throttle stop must never be touched , and is shown
on my parts finder pages.
it is hidden well so keep away POs

five - according to the fsm book of vitara (6e3-c1-8) , 3 feeler gage needed by order - from 0.65 to 0.8 to 0.5 , do i need to adjust the stop screw between all the procedure ?
only death and taxes are needed, but this procedure is clear
right? if lazy set the cal, feeler and be done.
its your choice. and car.




please understand i am talking foreign language (israel) i have a technical understand but i need some more explanation.

thanks
better is post the symptoms ,hot, cold, driving,hills,wot. etc.
then ask for help.
if the idle pin is near 0v at idle, then you are barking up the wrong
tree.
i can not drive your car, so you need to express these symptoms.
sorry, if you can not. but fixing cars is a hands on deal.
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cant run video from my spot in South america

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hello

still cant understand the procedure of how to adjust tps in my car

cant understand what is the dashpot and what to disconnect in it .
my tps page covers 89-98 and even 1.8L sports
and does not mention dashpots on any 16v .
TPS testing and calibration , all sidekicks and trackers

second, cant find the tps wiring which leg is number 1 ,2,3,4 ?
look again,, read sticky 1 , it show my page and the search
on my page , for TPS ,takes you to the correct page. see link above
pin 1 is bottom . as it said, and shows graphically.!

third - i have a dvm unit , to what to adjust it ? 20 ohm ?
read the instructions.
are they not clear, if not clear,ask what is not.?

four - where is the throttle stop screw and the throttle lever ?
the throttle stop must never be touched , and is shown
on my parts finder pages.
it is hidden well so keep away POs

five - according to the fsm book of vitara (6e3-c1-8) , 3 feeler gage needed by order - from 0.65 to 0.8 to 0.5 , do i need to adjust the stop screw between all the procedure ?
only death and taxes are needed, but this procedure is clear
right? if lazy set the cal, feeler and be done.
its your choice. and car.




please understand i am talking foreign language (israel) i have a technical understand but i need some more explanation.

thanks
better is post the symptoms ,hot, cold, driving,hills,wot. etc.
then ask for help.
if the idle pin is near 0v at idle, then you are barking up the wrong
tree.
i can not drive your car, so you need to express these symptoms.
sorry, if you can not. but fixing cars is a hands on deal.
symptoms list:
here is a list, see my text file below for more ideas
1: full power cold engine.
2:hot full power, and up hills and wide open throttle.?
3:hot idle not at 800 at all times?
4: hot idle out of control?, random? if below 800 ?please say so. ?
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