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In this video, Jonathan looks at a crashed ATV with a throttle position sensor (TPS) error. Watch to see the importance of the sensor position.
This Polaris 2009 Sportsman XP 550 was brought to the shop because the engine did not sound right after it was crashed.
It arrived with error code 520194 - 3, which corresponds to abnormally high voltage values from the throttle position sensor.
Upon inspection, the sensor is working correctly, but had been jarred out of position in the impact.
Watch this video to see Jonathan demonstrate how to align the throttle position sensor and to see what happens when it is not quite where it is supposed to be.
new to the site - so bear with me.
got a very clean vintage Suzuki quad that I am looking to sell.
its a 1990 LT-F250 Quadrunner with 1377 miles.
starts and runs like a top. only a few flaws: small tear in seat, broken plastic headlight bezel, few scuffs on the fender flares.
we bought it for use training our sled dogs but it was too light so we stepped up to a newer Honda.
if you're looking for a vintage Suzuki quad this is the one you want.
more photos and video upon request. thanks for looking!
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motor has been completely rebuilt by Phil's ATV tranny has completely gone through with all new parts motor has been portted and polished has stage 2 hot cam with piston, recluse auto clutch and full Dasa exhaust, also has after market moose racing tie r...
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