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X-Man
North Lincs,
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12 May 2017 10:34
As Terry says the TPS is a variable resistor that uses 0.6v to ~5v to tell the ECU where the throttle is. Once you have set the base voltage and the fully open voltages on the TPS the ECU will work out the rest. So you need to find some way to mount and drive it from the throttle (usually from the linkage. It should be doable. If you have the old linkage and carbs look how it was mounted and driven on there. I can't remember but I think its a simple pin on the linkage and the TPS has to be solid fixed so as to be able to set the base voltage at 0.6v (+/- 10%). A bracket may well suffice if it is rigid enough.
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