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Hi,

Just a quick question. I'm getting conflicting information on changing the TPS. Two posts here seems to imply that I should be able to remove two screws and change the TPS. However, when I look up changing the TPS in the Haynes manual it suggests that I should not touch it. Is is something to do with the calibrations and such? Or should I just go ahead and change it myself?

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If its bad go ahead and change. If its causing problems alot of time you can clean it with electrical cleaner when you have it off and put it back on. That seems to solve alot of problems with the tps.
 

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I think the TPS is the problem. If I push on it like it advises on the tech bulletin revs go all over the place. Also the maker is DAE SUNG, which seems to be the maker with the faulty TPS. I've order the part and hopefully replacing it will make all the trouble go away!

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Yeah that model has some known default in it. Just replace it, its too easy ;-)
 
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