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Old 01-22-2013, 05:59 PM   #1963
Gustavo.Ramos
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Originally Posted by Zuber View Post
When you adjust the TPS, the idle may be very high or low afterward. You need to turn off the power for 5 sec. or so to let the ECU clear out the previous setting. Then when you re-start it will be normal again.
Did that too. Waited far more than 10 secs. Same results.

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If you get erratic idling. Look at the TPS sensor quality. Open the throttle and snap it shut, it needs to go back to the same voltage. It should smoothly change voltages when you move the throttle. These will get dirty and need to be replaced.
Doesn't appear to have erratic figures, did that too. Even did the adjust throttle procedure of the 690, power on, rotate gently till full, then back, switch off, always looking at the voltage value and % pointer in tuneecu... One interesting detail is that at full throttle the voltage is 4,07volts instead o 3,91v or so... been told to ignore this, but it seems rather unusual.
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