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Old 12-10-2006, 11:45 PM   #1
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I purchased a 1993 Bonneville SE and it had a bad TPS so I borrowed the one from my 90 LE, Which is adjustable. And I need to know the stock setting. I was thinking around .40 volts in idle position? I done tried the search feature, And I didn't really find anything helpful.
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.45V idle, 4.5V WOT.
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The two parts are not interchangeable.

Please get the correct part.
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The two parts are not interchangeable.

Please get the correct part.
I had it on before I posted this question, And I had been driving the car without any issues with it set at .50 volts. And it fits perfectly. Could you please explain the differences between the 2 besides one being adjustable.
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I've asked the other gearheads to chime in if they have specs on the two.

Bascially they are designed for the different applications. Total value from idle to WOT can be different, as well as the asjustment factor.
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