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  • EsperHamid
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    what's the benefit ?!

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  • Bad_dude
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    Hello,
    Could you give the exact size of the 2 screws? I only have one car and cannot take the screws to the store to size fit while the TPS is off.

    Thanks.

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  • dj_ender
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    FYI, the screws that hold the bracket on the automatic TB's for the other throttle cable fit PERFECTLY for replacing the rivets on the TPS, as do the 2 larger screws holding the spring assembly onto the IAB plate on a6 and h23 IM's
    Last edited by dj_ender; 08-27-2011, 04:55 PM.

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  • XcluziveAZN
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    can someone take a picture where the red probe go into?

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  • HondaFan81
    started a topic ENG: Setting TPS

    ENG: Setting TPS

    Setting the TPS (throttle position sensor) implies you have made it adjustable from factory preset condition.

    TO MAKE TPS ADJUSTABLE:

    - Remove the TB from engine.
    - Use a cut-off wheel/dremel to make a slot across both factory screws.
    - Use flat-head screwdriver to remove.
    - Buy 2 screws from hardware store to replace, reinstall TPS with news screws only finger tight.
    - Reinstall TB onto engine and connect electrically.

    SETTING TPS:

    - You will set TPS to 0.45V at TB throttle closed position.
    - TPS needs to be electrically connected.
    - Turn key to ignition "II" position.
    - Multimeter red probe (backprobe) into red w/blk strip wire at driver-side upper shock mount connector.
    - Multimeter black probe on negative battery terminal.
    - Multimeter set to voltage (you'll be measuring 5V max).
    - With probes set, multimeter should read somewhere 0-5V.
    - Loosen TPS screws, rotate until 0.45V and snug screws.
    - Move onto setting base idle, then base ignition timing.

    Reference DIY stickies for base idle & ignition timing procedure below:

    http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthre...04#post2523304

    http://www.cb7tuner.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=146242
    Last edited by HondaFan81; 05-03-2010, 11:56 PM.
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