Are you getting any driveability issues or check engine light on?
I found the best way to test the sensors is with a paperclip that I insert into the sensor connector from the back. Typically the TPS should be reading .38V to .44V at idle. I always set mine at .4 volts. You should be looking for 4.5 volts at WOT. Make sure that you have a good 5V reference signal and a good ground going into the sensor. Measuring the resistance is not the way we measure the TPS unless you are looking for a flat spot which could be detected via resistance. Hope this helps
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