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sicminds
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11/12/2002
09:32:05

Subject: TPS, At WOT, should it be at 100%?
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.44v - 7.9%
.53v - 10.1%
.68v - 12.5%
.75v - 13.7%
.82v - 15.3%

wot - 3.8v - 71%

My Idle TPS voltage is at .64v when it is WOT
it only reaches 3.8v. Which if my calculations are correct that means i am only reaching approximitley 71% Absolute TPS.

And doesn't that mean my PCM is only going into 71% throttle? So there is a 30% loss?

I have a v8 TB with old v6 TPS, should i get a v8 TPS? or mod my v6 TPS.

I have modded my other TPS before and it went bad and i think it took the IAC and Map along with it.

Do i run the risk of causing the MAP and IAC to go bad if i put the voltage to high?

now you know thats..................

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11/12/2002
09:49:47

RE: TPS, At WOT, should it be at 100%?
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Another thing...

what is the maximum acceptable TPS input voltage before trippin the TPS input above maximum acceptable voltage P0123 code

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11/12/2002
11:02:05

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ok...what is MAP?

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11/12/2002
11:18:51

RE: TPS, At WOT, should it be at 100%?
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Check this website out, this computer controller does exactly what we were talking about, it modifies TPS and MAP signals to increase horsepower by 25%, which would be about 45HP for only $300!

http://truckperformance.com/products/?searchtype=d&sortorder=&urlsubcategory=Computer+Tuning&productcategory=Venom+400+Control+Modules&sf1=DODGE&sf2=1996&sf3=DAKOTA&sf4=3.9L

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11/12/2002
13:51:55

RE: TPS, At WOT, should it be at 100%?
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I am sure that I could build one
on these anyways.

But... should my tps be reading at 100% when
at WOT? Cause i am only getting it to read at like 70% at 3.8v

now you know thats..................

sic

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11/12/2002
20:05:03

RE: TPS, At WOT, should it be at 100%?
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MAP= Manifold Absolute Pressure, tells the engine altitude, how much load is on it etc.



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11/13/2002
14:30:31

RE: TPS, At WOT, should it be at 100%?
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All i'm aware of is that the TPS runs on a 5 Volt system i'm not sure if it should read a full 5volts at idle or at WOT. The way the TPS works is the TPS sends more resistance through a peice of carbon in the TPS the more throttle applied.
Hopefully my information is somewhat accurate and may benifit you from it.
Gooberlog
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11/13/2002
17:30:14

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I am pretty sure that it should see 4.5v at WOT. Gooberlog, I think you ment the LESS resistance the tps has the MORE Throttle will be aloud


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11/26/2002
22:51:30

RE: TPS, At WOT, should it be at 100%?
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I know this is an old post but I found these sites, and I hope that this information helps.
Also this pertains to OBD1.
http://www.dodgeram.org/tech/gas/Trouble/Fault-13.htm
http://www.dodgeram.org/tech/gas/Trouble/Fault-14.htm
http://www.dodgeram.org/tech/gas/Trouble/Fault-24.htm




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1/07/2004
18:33:04

RE: TPS, At WOT, should it be at 100%?
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know this is an old post but I found these sites, and I hope that this information helps.
Also this pertains to OBD1.
http://www.dodgeram.org/tech/gas/Trouble/Fault-13.htm
http://www.dodgeram.org/tech/gas/Trouble/Fault-14.htm
http://www.dodgeram.org/tech/gas/Trouble/Fault-24.htm




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