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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-01-2017, 08:38 PM Thread Starter
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Idle Problem after PCV Installed

Hi All,

I installed an Arrow Full System and it ran great.

Then I installed the PCV. The idle jumps all over and eventually stalls.

Removed the PCV and the idle is the same.

If I unplug the TPS the idle is solid so I am assuming I need to reset the TPS? Having a hard time finding anybody decent in LA that can do this.

Any help?
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Or you damaged the TPS wiring. Unplugging it puts the ECU in a fail safe mode.
Check The Help Map thread.
The Knurl lives in Redondo Beach I think. Contact him.

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It's a 2012 1090RR
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As Ed have mentioned, you'll need to get to someone with the correct software to reset the TPS, Dyno tuning work will not help at al if you can't set the throttle position sensor accurately (answer to your PM).
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Or you damaged the TPS wiring. Unplugging it puts the ECU in a fail safe mode.
Check The Help Map thread.
The Knurl lives in Redondo Beach I think. Contact him.
Found him thanks!

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