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For Honda's it seems to be around 6kOhms, will check it on my own car later on!


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For an ancient turbo Starion TBI TPS as soon to be used on the mighty hotel, it's 4.7k end to end. This old-fashioned unit goes end to end, too, so default TPS is pretty much right for this. Most modern TPSes have their limits inset into the voltage range for error detection purposes. It may still show up like that on the vehicle, however on the bench it's full-range.

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Using this one its between the first and second ITB.
Its universal, for D shaped axel.
If someone is interested i will dig up the specs.

Sensor is Vishay 971-0001 is also available whit connector (-0002).
See 971. pdf

Fits D-shaped 8mm axle.
Kawasaki GPZ1100 B2 throttle bodies.


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Tue Feb 04, 2014 6:26 pm
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Yes, please edit the post with what it's from (brand, model, engine, year) and the end-to-end resistance. Let's keep the signal to noise ratio as high as possible (no extra unnecessary posts).

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Loads of Rover and Ford part numbers for this, MJC100021, JZX3491, findpart.org lists loads of analogues. According to this page it's 4kOhm +/- 20%, I measured 200Ohm to 3.8kOhm over the ~125 degree sweep. It uses the standard 8mm diameter D-shaped spindle. The ~4.2mm diameter mounting holes measure 32mm c/c (fits the Volvo B230 throttle body better than the original throttle switch does) and they're surrounded by thick enough plastic that they could be cut into arcs to allow for adjustment (not necessary on B230).
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Mon May 19, 2014 11:33 am
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Hi,

Rover V8 using hot wire Lucas 14CUX system is 5kohms.

for reference:- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucas_14CUX

Hope this helps

Peter


Tue May 20, 2014 10:54 pm
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