Sunday, December 2, 2012

Nissan Throttle Position Sensor Adjustment Procedures

The procedures written on this document can be applied for these following Nissan Vehicle: 1995-1998 Maxima (A32), 1996-1998 Pathfinder (R50), 1995-1998 240SX (S14), 1995-1998 Sentra/200SX (B14) w/GA16 & SR20 engines, 1996-1997 Truck (D21), 1998 Frontier (D22), 1995-1997 Altima (U13), 1998 Altima (L30), 1996-1998 Quest (V40). Service Procedures: Check fast idle cam (FIC) function, if equipped (refer to appropriate Service Manual). Disconnect the harness connector (see Figure 1) from the closed throttle position switch (CTPS) portion of the throttle position sensor (TPS). Connect an ohmmeter across the terminals for the closed throttle position switch (CTPS). Reset throttle position sensor idle position memory. Failure to reset the TPS idle position memory may result in the idle speed staying higher than specification. Start engine and warm it to operating temperature.
Nissan Throttle Position Sensor Adjustment Procedures




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