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so my car was throwing a low circuit voltage for my tps so i figured it was just a bad sensor so i replaced it hooked the battery back up drove cel didnt come back on but than next time i started the car it came back on what could it be
 

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any ideas?ill get the code today after class and post it
 

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Hook a multimeter up and see what the TPS voltage is with the throttle closed, key on, engine off. It should be between .95-.1. Report back with your findings.
 

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im up at school and my meters back home so no access to one just swapped it out with another tps that was new and still the same codes they are p0122 and p1120
 

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Well, you'll need a multimeter to diagnose the problem. Either your TPS isn't oriented correctly on the TB, the TPS is faulty, the wiring to the TPS is faulty, or your charging system isn't putting out adequate voltage.
 

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well it doesnt seem to run any different but could just having a cel affect gas mileage
 

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anybody know?
 
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