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1G Setting a Ford TPS

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neuro_funk

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Sep 8, 2012
san juan, Puerto_Rico
Last year i converted my car to ecmlink v3 with sd, also installed a ford 76 mm throttle body with a ford tps, the problem is the tps is reading 0.90 volts when is fully closed, how can i set it up to read 0.63 volts?
 
i'm running a ford mustang tps, you sure you wired it correctly ? some of the wires changed colors and could be confusing depending which one you have...

here's how i soldered mine up to the oem connector so it would be plug/play with my harness:
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nice nice, at least it's idling. now you can double-check base ignition timing and then adjust your idle where you want it to be. with cams/bigger intake manifold/ throttle body, piping, etc, you're bound to want to idle around 1krpm anyway, just depends where your setup is happy.
 
nice nice, at least it's idling. now you can double-check base ignition timing and then adjust your idle where you want it to be. with cams/bigger intake manifold/ throttle body, piping, etc, you're bound to want to idle around 1krpm anyway, just depends where your setup is happy.
I did some mechanical tuning yesterday and now idles from 1018 to 1105rpm
 
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