Taken from another answer If you are installing different rims and your vehicle is equipped with the TPMS system then sensors need to be installed in the new rims if the vehicle is going to be...
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 02/10/2007
If you want the sensors removed, yes, you will have to pay someone to break the tires off the rims, remove the sensors, and remount and rebalance the tires. But they won't do any harm if they remain on the rims. Personally...
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 10/09/2013
sounds like a vacuum leak and the computer is unsure what to do and is trying to compensate check for leaks can be done with your ears or a can of starting fluid in very short squirts ,,do it around base of throttle body vacuum lines,etc. if...
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 30/05/2008
It's a throttle position sensor.It should be on the throttle body
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 20/07/2008
first check the voltage supply to it then back probe the connectors and check wires ,,orange and light blue wire,thats the tps signal wire,and then the black and light blue wire,thats the ground wire and with key off,and throttle valve fully closed you should get a...
2 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 27/03/2009
If someone rotated the tps you should still be able to see the marks on the tsp sensor where it was originally. The large screw is an air bypass adjustment for when the headlights or AC are on, it sets the idle while the motor is under...
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 12/09/2010
Carefully pull the vacuum line off of the fuel pressure regulator when it is running. If fuel squirts out, replace it.
3 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 17/01/2009
Check the VALVE (cam) timing.
1 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 26/11/2009