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can you tell me the exact code numbers in the computer right now ?
No don't have codes in front of me, but there were always 3, and all were tps codes like tp problem 1, and tp low voltage
ok if you have all those TPS codes the problem is going to be the wires to the TPS sensor damaged or burnt or pinched
if they visually look great as far as you can see with them then one of the terminals in the connector is opened up visually look down at the connector and see if the center of those terminals looks closed off so to say where if you plug it into the TPS it will make good contact with the male terminals in the TPS
if NO terminals are damaged or bent over at all on either the TPS or the TPS connector and the wiring looks great there is going to be an internal connector issue causing this problem
you will need to pick up a new TPS connector end and splice it in one wire at a time with shrink wrap connectors and that should fix this problem