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post #81 of 91 (permalink) Old 05-10-2012, 04:15 PM
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I bet you tapped the yellow/red wire instead of the red/yellow on the TPS. Or you have a bad connection there. Be sure the wire is predominately red with a yellow stripe. The wrong wire is next to the correct one. Hopefully that helps

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That would make sense. I'll check here in a few! Thanks

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Are you still blowing fuses? If so, I would take a real close look at all of your wires. You may be grounding out or crossing somewhere.

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Are you still blowing fuses? If so, I would take a real close look at all of your wires. You may be grounding out or crossing somewhere.
That issue was solved when I took it to the dealer

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I bet you tapped the yellow/red wire instead of the red/yellow on the TPS. Or you have a bad connection there. Be sure the wire is predominately red with a yellow stripe. The wrong wire is next to the correct one. Hopefully that helps

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No problem! Its a real easy mistake to make. Glad I could help!
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About soldering. They say that a solder can get brittle. Try to mimic a regular wire connection. Flexible and dry using shrink tube.


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About soldering. They say that a solder can get brittle. Try to mimic a regular wire connection. Flexible and dry using shrink tube.


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You were right! Thanks NH
Had the same problem with my PCV install.

I was with the tech in the dyno shop (they installed it for free) and indeed, the proper TPS wire was yellow with red stripe, but the directions say red/yellow which means (to me and him) red wire/yellow stripe. We hooked it up and we were seeing the same thing, 100% at 0 throttle.

Either the directions are wrong, I am reading the red/yellow definition wrong, or somebody at Honda got dyslexic with my wires.

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