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    Default TPS cleaning

    What the best way to clean a TPS?
    Dishwasher?
    Take it swimming with me?
    Put a dog treat in it and let the dog lick it clean?
    Hang it the crapper and flush a few times?
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    Wrap it in bacon and forget about it?
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    Brake Cleaner.

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    Bacon fixes everything.
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    That what I was thinking but I never seemed to have enough left over to try it. Oh and I need to buy more bacon...
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    whichever route you chose make sure you include the new coversheet. So if you could go ahead and try to remember to do that from now on, that'd be great. All right!
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    I've heard brake cleaner is not good for tps and idle air control sensors. They sell a specific cleaner for tps and I think map sensors. Take it completely apart and clean the throttle body and sensor.

    Or try licking it while sitting on the crapper and eating bacon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweathog View Post

    Or try licking it while sitting on the crapper and eating bacon.
    I think there is a name for that...
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    I have some MAP sensor spray. Smells a lot like brake cleaner but...
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    Quote Originally Posted by offroadaz View Post
    whichever route you chose make sure you include the new coversheet. So if you could go ahead and try to remember to do that from now on, that'd be great. All right!
    This is the best answer in the whole thread.
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    Well... it wasnt as easy as cleaning the TPS. Hmmmmmmm.
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