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what was the code?? it sounds like your tps is the issue not the [edal sensor
there are 2 tps in the system. one goes from 0-100% and the other goes from 100-0. if you replaced the throttle body, and the pedal sensor, I would inspect the wiring as common areas are by the kick panel.
the 300 code is a multiple miss fire code. it has no effect on the accelerator pedal codes
check the connector on the tps for damaged pins and corrosion.
again, the 300 code is separate and has nothing to do with this issue
no, the system is independent of the pcm. it has its own control module on the pedal sensor
take a look at the pin out for the pedal sensor
did you check the view I sent you for all the voltages??
and the grounds and the continuity to the tps???
if all the readings are correct, the system is working correctly.
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I have read the thread above.
IS the check engine light flashing all of the time?
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