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Old 02-26-2014, 03:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Throttle Sensor Issue

My ride is a Suzuki Every (Locally known here as Scrum) ,an F6A- 660cc engine, a turbo-charged, 5-speed and an EFI all power cab. Lately, out of curiosity of what I've read in the net, I tested the TPS and I do believe I done it right... The signal wire read 0.01 vdcat idle and 4.57 vdc at WOT. Sad to note that by just a little movement of the throttle, it quickly raised reading to its maximum (i.e. 4.57 vdc). My question now is: "Could this still be fixed?"

BTW, the idle of my ride is just fine but I only feel my FC would surely improve if this will be corrected... THank you and hope I can hear some of your ideas...
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