Filed Under (Jaguar) by admin on 23-08-2010
Code 13 36CU DTC FF13 PCMF MAP SENSOR SIGNAL This DTC looks for a fluctuating vacuum signal during starting and monitors vacuum ‘V’ throttle position when the engine is running. Code 14 36CU DTC FF14 ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR (ECTS) CIRCUIT This DTC looks for the ETCS signal voltage out of range or static during engine warm-up. Code 16 36CU DTC FF16 INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR (IATS) CIRCUIT This DTC looks for the IATS out of range. Code 17 3GCU DTC FF17 THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR (TPS) CIRCUIT This DTC looks for the TPS signal voltage out of range. Code 18 36CU DTC FF18 AND FF19 THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR (TPS) CALIBRATION DTC FF18. This DTC looks for low TPS signal voltage at high load (MAP). DTC FF19. This DTC looks for high TPS signal voltage at low load (MAP). 36CU DTC FF18 AND FF19 THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR (TPS) CALIBRATION DTC FF18. This DTC looks for low TPS signal voltage at high load (MAP). DTC FF19. This DTC looks for high TPS signal voltage at low load (MAP).
Filed Under (Toyota) by admin on 14-06-2010
1988 FUEL INJECTION Bosch AFC Toyota; Camry, Celica, Corolla, Cressida, Land Cruiser, MR2, Pickup, Supra, Van, 4Runner DESCRIPTION For specifications on Throttle Position Sensor (TPS), idle speed and mixture, and fuel pump output volume, see appropriate article in TUNE-UP PROCEDURES section. The Bosch AFC (L-Jetronic) fuel injection system is used on all models. However, variations may exist between model applications. This article covers the Bosch AFC system in general, with manufacturers’ differences noted under SPECIAL FEATURES. For computer control information, see the appropriate article in 1988 COMPUTERIZED ENGINE CONTROLS section. The Bosch Airflow Controlled (AFC) fuel injection system is an electronically controlled system operated by incoming airflow. Some vehicles are equipped with a potentiometer to measure incoming air flow, while other vehicles use a hot wire type airflow sensor.
Filed Under (KIA) by admin on 04-06-2010
Description This bulletin provides information related to the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) for Sorento & Sedona models. Some Sorento & Sedona vehicles may exhibit diagnostic trouble codes P0121 and/or P1121. This condition mainly occurs in high ambient or desert areas, and can be related to the occasional increase in contact resistance due to excessive wear of the inner elements of the TP sensor. This bulletin describes the proper service and adjustment procedure for replacing the TP Sensor. – Service Procedure Replacement Procedure: 1. Turn ignition OFF. Remove engine cover and disconnect electrical connector from TP Sensor. 2. Remove two (2) retaining screws from TP Sensor and remove from throttle body. 3. Install new TP Sensor to throttle body. Install retaining screws and hand tighten lightly. Adjustment will be required. Re-install electrical connector to TP Sensor.
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 26-04-2010
Upper Intake Manifold Removal 1. Remove the air cleaner outlet tube. 1 Remove the hoses. 2 Loosen the clamps. 3 Remove the air cleaner outlet tube. 2. Remove the pin-type retainers and the accelerator cable splash shield. 4. Disconnect the Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) and Idle Air Control (IAC) valve electrical connectors. 5. Disconnect the harness from the throttle body stud.
Zoom Sized for Print 6. Disconnect the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) vacuum regulator and vacuum supply hoses.