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Fred I seem to recall you have a schematic in mind. Care to comment? I believe most TPS's are POT's, I'm not sure what range, or how they are typically measured. I'd of course think a current loop is best, but I don't think that works well for the low TPS settings. So I'm guessing it's a voltage divider.


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Yes, it's just going to need some basic filtering, 5v out to the TPS and a voltage signal to be directly read back in. Really easy :-)

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