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    dugjt88 SHO Member

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    Wheres the tps located?everytime i search it comes up keywords too shor . Ill just replace it since it seems cheap
     
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    Nvm found tps. Ill replace that first. Will update when finishe .
     
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    if you want to, you can put a multi meter on the tps and see how the resistance changes as you open the throttle, but for what it costs, I would just replace it.
     
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    cali+Mocasho+ (1991 SHO 5 speed 128k) (1993 SHO auto 46k)

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    when you say it does not crank what do you mean? You turn the key and nothing happens,or it turns over without firing up?
     
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    Turn key. Nothing. It was bad starte . Replaced it and havent had problem since.
     
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    cali+Mocasho+ (1991 SHO 5 speed 128k) (1993 SHO auto 46k)

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    Good stuff. Its always good to hear sho problems getting solved.
     
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    Yup that was pretty easy. Replaced the tps today. Still notice a dead spot but im sure cats are bad. Going str8 pipe after I start at the new job and get settled in (doing brakes too). Then crank and cam sensors, possibly rod bearings though im sure something else will break before then.
     
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    cali+Mocasho+ (1991 SHO 5 speed 128k) (1993 SHO auto 46k)

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    I feel you on the cats. i know mine are bad, just barely passed smog today with a full tune up by Pulling the spout. been thinking about straight pipe with the high flow catless ypipe. just have to fix a few other things before i throw money at that.
     
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    Luckily no smog or equipment checks here in michigan. Its just a daily driver for me so getting all the maintenance done and it running 100 is my priority. Been working on custom door pods for the stereo and hopefully in a couple months if nothing breaks ill be grabbing a HO alt for it.
     

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