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  • 10-15-2006, 08:19 PM

    TPS help again

    In an effort to repair my high idle problem I replaced the throttle position switch. Removed the original and found the intake butterfly shaft connected to the switch and intake butterfly had broken, obviuosly rendering the TPS inoperable.
    I bought a new (used) butterfly from Turner and now realize the intake butterfly replacement is more involved than I thought and am going to bring it to the shop. With the TPS diconnected the idle is waay to high. If I use a screw driver and turn the sw counterclockwise/and apply pressure the idle is low again. How do I keep the idle low for the drive to the shop?

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