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Hi, I got a check engine light and a diagnostic code 520194 2 and i know it has something to do with throttle voltage out of range

I'd like to know if thats something that can be adjusted ? Or does anybody know what should i test  ?  I just bought this atv and I'm fixing it as its been in an accident. 

I also changed throttle leaver as original one was broken and I noticed inside the 4x4 selector assembly there are 2 contacts but I'm not sure if they're suppose to make contact at idle. I found some info online but some are saying they're suppose to touch and some say they're not. I think id depends of the year of the machine but I'm not sure. I'd really appreciate any help that i can get with this

Thanks 

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thanks for the reply

Yes I did see it  and I checked that connector and everything looked Clean and was plugged in tight. 
I finally got my parts yesterday and assembled the suspension on it so I’ll be able to take it for a ride this weekend I hope and I’ll see if the code clears or it it is affecting how it’s running 
 

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I checked the resistance on pins 1 and 2 and it does change when I press the throttle. It was around 2150 ohms when I press the throttle it jumps to over 6000 ohms so I’m guessing the switch is working correctly.

 When I started it up the code was gone and didn’t come back yet so either it was the connection or something else.

Thank you guys for your help 

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