open the lever a bit with one hand and then just slide the brass ferrule out with the other
Ok zim, the D screw has nothing to do with the base .528 . You loosen the torx screw on the TPS and then verrry slooowly turn it until you hit .528. then tighten the torx and recheck ..............Then turn the D screw to .660 .. Let me know...what is up..On the base align, I’m down to a .090, and positioning the wire doesn’t seem to get me higher than that - is there a quicker way to .528 than the d screw?
Hmmmmm, those are both TBAP codes . Clear them by removing the negative battery cable for 15 seconds and then see if they come back. If they come back, you may have a couple TBAP wires hooked up wrong.Well, now getting a code 45 and 41, those are new.
Zim, when you said "you did'nt push it in far enough" were you talking about the sensor into the boot or the connection at the plug ? I would keep checking for the codes to return..Fuel pressure was 39 exactly. Battery was the first thing I replaced a month ago. Smart money is on my wiring skills, or lack thereof. 41 and 45 are gone now.
On the fuel pressure, when I turn the key it goes to 39, holds for about 3 seconds, then would drop. Based on it sounding somewhat right, I didn’t think much of it, but now that I still can’t run, does this make any sense? Should 39psi hold?