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    2006 Gp1300r bogs

    The TPS sensor was stuck so I took it apart and cleaned it and it worked freely. I put everything back together and it seems to run rich. It starts and idles really low and will shut off sometimes and when I give it gas it loads up and sputters. I don't know how it ran before the sensor was stuck I just got it. The compression is an even 120.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gregss1270 View Post
    The TPS sensor was stuck so I took it apart and cleaned it and it worked freely. I put everything back together and it seems to run rich. It starts and idles really low and will shut off sometimes and when I give it gas it loads up and sputters. I don't know how it ran before the sensor was stuck I just got it. The compression is an even 120.
    tps is adjusted wrong turned to much that's why it's to rich, try to mount in old marks or do a search on how to adjust tps sensor i think i made a post about that a couple years ago.

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    I couldn't find anything with a seach. Do I just turn it to adjust it?

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    I took the throttle bodies back off and lined the screw up the best I could with the orange paint drip on the screw from the factory. I believe the sensor is turned a little bit when the throttle is at idle? Should the sensor not be turned at all at idle. If i move it to where that happens its outside the screw holes.

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    I feel like there is a joke in there some where about TPS reports and hating to deal with them,

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregss1270 View Post
    I took the throttle bodies back off and lined the screw up the best I could with the orange paint drip on the screw from the factory. I believe the sensor is turned a little bit when the throttle is at idle? Should the sensor not be turned at all at idle. If i move it to where that happens its outside the screw holes.
    once the 2 screws are tight it should not turn at all.

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