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Soldier88

2005 Polaris Sportsman 700 EFI TPS HELP

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I need to recalibrate my TPS sensor and need help in doing so. If I need the special tool will somebody help me with where I can get one. Also what voltage does the TPS need to be calibrated to, I am having trouble finding that.

 

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I believe you asked this a while back ?????

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I did ask a while back but I am having trouble finding the tool and thought I would ask again.

 

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