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Old 14 Jan 2021, 09:01 am
booter2004 booter2004 is offline
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Default Re: Typical TPS range ? - 2005 non-turbo - 210k mi

I can tell you that on the 3 pt cruisers I've had, as well as neons and caravans that use the same TPS, the min is 13.7 - 14.5 and max is (I wanna say) approximately 70. As long as your reading is consistent and fluid, then it's performing as expected. I would be more concerned about vacuum readings if your timing is half a tooth off. Also, the ecm only knows the positions of the intake cam and the crank, if the exhaust cam is off, the computer won't know. The only reason it runs is bc the knock sensor is retarding or advancing timing to compensate. But it's not right. And is more likely your performance issue. Hope my info was helpful.
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