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    Resistance of the TPS

    Dear All,
    Please let me know if You can measure any higher resistance at the TPS's A and C terminals than 2kOhm.
    As I gradually open the throttle, the highest value it can show is 2kOhm. Over 2kOhm if I further open the throttle, it shows infinite resistance.
    Contrary with the service manual which says 2.4kOhm maximum opening.
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    well laszlo, when i was checking mine, due to bike running poorly, i could only get to 1.9kOhm between a and c. so i replaced it with another used one. have not checked the replacement yet. i wll do it soon and post results

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    Quote Originally Posted by xrayguy View Post
    well laszlo, when i was checking mine, due to bike running poorly, i could only get to 1.9kOhm between a and c. so i replaced it with another used one. have not checked the replacement yet. i wll do it soon and post results
    Thanks a lot, I look forward hearing from You.
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    I hope you didn't use only the 2k ohm range on the multimeter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deefred View Post
    I hope you didn't use only the 2k ohm range on the multimeter.
    no. That was the first thing what I checked.
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