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Well I put my tps back on turned the key on to adjust my base voltage pierced the yellow wire and adjusted it to .528. Then with the key still on adjusted my idle voltage up to .660. And my idle is now 3500 rpms. I really hate efi. What am I doing wrong
 

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Have you read the TPS setting instructions from commanderjjones, it is a sticky at the top of the Ranger technical page.

Are you the original owner? It sounds like to me that someone has tried to adjust the idle screw, which is not allowing an accurate reading from the TPS, because of the throttle plate position.
Have you cleaned the TPS, make sure you use a cleaner that does not leave a residue (brake cleaner, throttle body cleaner).
Also check that the throttle plate is not catching on the throttle body housing, you can see the wear marks.
 

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Took cable off cleaned the tb again backed the idle voltage screw all the way out to start fresh butterfly is completely closed. Set tps base idle per spec .528 on the money. The adjusted the idle voltage to .660 per spec. It starts now idles at 1800 for a few seconds and dies. I just don't get it
 

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Well after 3 days of scratching my head and lots of Busch light I found an issue with a plug wire. Now I reset the tps base at .528 and idle at .660. Idle smooth but high so backed off the idle voltage a bit and it seem to be good test drive will tell. Nothing like a spray bottle in the dark to find my plug wire issue. I hope it works finally. Although I'm still getting code 22 it's running great as of now
 

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Well after 3 days of scratching my head and lots of Busch light I found an issue with a plug wire. Now I reset the tps base at .528 and idle at .660. Idle smooth but high so backed off the idle voltage a bit and it seem to be good test drive will tell. Nothing like a spray bottle in the dark to find my plug wire issue. I hope it works finally. Although I'm still getting code 22 it's running great as of now
Trevor, did you clear the 22 code by removing the battery cable ?
 

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the old 700s were pretty tough on spark plug wires. Don't know why, but I always had hell with them.

What year is your 700? should be .660 for 05/06/08, and .710 for the 07
 

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Well run her for a couple hours and I'm getting a miss or hesitation upon touching the gas pedal. And a back fire on deceleration
Check the rubber intake boot (between the throttle body and cylinder) to make sure it isn't cracked. The backfire on deceleration could be a sign of running lean.....but of course that could be related to the TPS setting as well.
 

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Backfires gone running pretty decent but code 22 won't go away. Unplugged battery overnight still there. Idles great at 1160. Smooth power. Smells a tad rich gonna plow some snow and check later
 

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In your earlier post you said it was idling a little fast so you backed off the idle voltage? If you backed off the idle Air screw and didn't adjust the TPS sensor back to the prober voltage then that's the problem. I recently converted my 06 to 2009 RZR engine and ECU and never could get the Polaris procedure to work.
When I set mine per procedure it idled to fast as well. Ended up backing off the air screw until desired idle speed and then loosing TPS and manually setting to the proper voltage. Works good for me.
 

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In your earlier post you said it was idling a little fast so you backed off the idle voltage? If you backed off the idle Air screw and didn't adjust the TPS sensor back to the prober voltage then that's the problem. I recently converted my 06 to 2009 RZR engine and ECU and never could get the Polaris procedure to work.
When I set mine per procedure it idled to fast as well. Ended up backing off the air screw until desired idle speed and then loosing TPS and manually setting to the proper voltage. Works good for me.
Wow GD, so you adjusted the D screw until you liked the idle and then loosened the tps and set it to............what ? I am really interested in your procedure .. Thanks
 

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Yes I idled mine down to 1150-1170 rpms with the D screw and then loosened the TPS sensor and set it to .730 for the 2009 RZR set point. If yours is a 2007 700 you will need to set yours at .710 volts!
 

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Yes I idled mine down to 1150-1170 rpms with the D screw and then loosened the TPS sensor and set it to .730 for the 2009 RZR set point. If yours is a 2007 700 you will need to set yours at .710 volts!
That is wild........I will absolutely try it . So you had the engine running when you did this ? Just FYI, the service manual for a 2009 700 says pretty much what you just said regarding the TPS setting for a 2009. Service manuals for earlier 700's are per Commander Jones sticky write up. Anybody else have a 2009 that they have done TPS work on ?
 

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Yes with the engine idling back off the D screw a little, set the TPS to the right voltage. If still idling to fast do the same again.

Make sure thottle cable is loosened and not opening the throttle plate.
 
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