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why is the initial reading of TPS on a meter is 5v instead of 0.5v, then decreases to 0.5v instead of 5v?

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  • why is the initial reading of TPS on a meter is 5v instead of 0.5v, then decreases to 0.5v instead of 5v?


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Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 04:29
Because 5V is the signal for throttle closed and .5V is the signal for wide open. If it was bad the voltage would not change.
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