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Old 07-17-2010, 03:30 PM   #1
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*.e.*. light is on.sayin there is low signal voltage? what do i do about that? i just put on a new sensor and pigtail.
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what could possibly be causing this?
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Could you elaborate more on the details please?

Also, I merged both of your topics together for better visibility and less clutter.
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my 92 ssei is actin foolish,throwin code 22 ,signal low voltage,throttle position sensor.check engine light is steady on,and shes runnin like its about to die at idle ,and is kickin down prematurely at hihgway speeds. just finished installing a new tps,and connector.no change.how is my voltage to the sensor low?
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After you replaced the sensor, did you disconnect your battery for 5 mins to reset the PCM?
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