Sounds like you damaged the TPS. They are super sensitive.
I had the same experience recently and it was the throttle actuator motor and the preload spring was incorrectly clocked. You need to reset the preload spring by clocking it counter clockwise almost 180 degrees until the spring locks in place. The throttle plates will move with it clocked incorrectly just not far enough and fast enough.Of course i rotaded the spring.i also checked if the
throttle opens and it works!
Meanwhile i have used my predator for checking the
Troublecodes ...here they are......
P2104 throttle actuator control system-forced idle
P2111 throttle actuatorcontrol system-stuck open
P1000 obd sytems readiness test not complete
Good one! 1.26 is fine. Range is 1.19 to 1.31 volts. You're right in the middle.Thanks for your help guys,
i founded the mistake...but please don`t laugh.....:nogrinner
my bad english was the reason ...counter clockwise or
count clockwise its not the same.....so i rotaded the
Now it works....but the TPS with the BBK throttle is
1,26 Volt and i can`t bring them more down....so the
idle seems to me to high...i will swap again to stock
and let this BBK thing in the garage until i got the
money to spend a supercharger:yelpleased:
Thanks,for all your helps!