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Old 12-04-2008, 07:17 PM   #1
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i have replaced the fuel filter, tps sensor. 02 sensor and it still runs sputtery. after i run it, it wont start back up. it turns over but it doesnt fire. sometimes it will flood itself out. it is coming back as a code 22. the sensors that was mentioned above are new. running out of options. please anyone who respond'* please email me at
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Darn, don't have OBD1 codes in front of me. So, what'* a code 22?

Have you checked your plugs, wires, and coils? If your flooding it'* not fuel that'* the problem, it'* electrical. That'* about the best I can do, not as familiar with your year
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For pre 1995 GM cars DTC - 22 Throttle position sensor error (signal low). Sounds like you might have to clean the terminals, check the wiring and or replace the sensor.

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That helps a little bit. Check the plug and make sure it'* clean. Spray some electro contact cleaner on it and see if that helps.
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replaced the tps sensor. it'* brand new. sprayed electro cleaner and it'* still doing the same thing. when it starts it runs for about 8-10 minutes the dies. then it'* hard to star again. i let it set for about an hour then it starts right up then it does the same thing all over again, it runs for about 8-10 mintes then dies again. im at a lost and dont know what to do now but have somebody come get it and let a shop work on it ?
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If I had to take a guess, I would say something is warming up a bit and shorting out. Possibly a cracked coil. Check all the wires to make sure nothing is grounding out. Can you pull your plugs and inspect them. Your looking for a plug that'* different, possibly a pair of pugs that share the same coil. I think your coils are some what similar. You should be able to remove them one at a time and check underneath to check for corrosion. It'* possible the error code is being caused by something else.
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aren't some tsp'* adjustable? could it be that while the sensor is new, it is still sending the incorrect signal due to needing adjustment?

i had an s10 and was able to adjust a similar problem out.
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Hopefully 1993 SLE will pop in. I think this is right up his alley. If anyone will know it'* him.
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Per the '93 manual: DTC Code 22 will set if the Throttle Position sensor voltage goes below 0.2V for 4 seconds or more. In other words, you're looking for a loose or intermittent connection in the TP circuit. The manual instructions basically have you wiggling connectors and checking for bent pins, that kind of thing.
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well the auto shop has had the car since friday and i called up there this morning and they said that is keeps dying on them and the code 22 still pops up but, ( are you ready for this ? ) they cant find out what is wrong with the car. they are waiting on a call from gm to give them some troubleshooting ideas...... any suggestions now ? they told me i might have to take it to get something re-wired
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