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Old 03-21-2008, 09:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hey everybody new to this site and also new to my 2006 Forenza.. Dealership says it need a Throttle Position Sensor . Does this site have any wire ups for installation and the adjustment of the TPS?? Anybody know where to get this information more on the adjustment side....

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Nothing..... Iam thinking it should be like most other cars but I just thought there had to be a reason they wanted so much money, they being the S Dealership...
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I cant believe that on this forum there is people with turbos and other high performance stuff but nobody knows how to adjust there factory TPS.....
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I wish I could help you but I've never had to deal with mine. When I get home I'll look in my factory manual but I won't be home till probably Wensday afternoonish.
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Hey everybody new to this site and also new to my 2006 Forenza.. Dealership says it need a Throttle Position Sensor . Does this site have any wire ups for installation and the adjustment of the TPS?? Anybody know where to get this information more on the adjustment side....
are you not under warrenty? if you are i would def make them do it.
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Old 03-25-2008, 09:58 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Yah for a 2006 I would think there should still be warranty. How much are they trying to charge you?
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