- Mar 14, 2014
I'm not nearly as photogenic as @madmike1157 nor do I sound as educated as he does, so I think will pass on that for a while.
Your box is nicer than mineThere is nothing photogenic about me. Why else would I hide under cardboard boxes?
It'll be up to you to do your own info-videos....I've got my hands full as it is.
The sticky is correct. The computer resets the TPS input level every time the computer powers up. Whatever the TPS signal reads is accepted by the computer as zero volts and it calculates the increase in voltage from that point. If it sees too much TPS voltage, it sets a code 23.Check out 38:05 too, he states that TPS voltage should be .95 or lower, anything above that is incorrect and he said .98 was never correct and that the mustang computer worked best at .90 or less.
I see this sticky thread, hmmmm...