HOW DO I ADJUST THE THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR
1987 Buick Electra • 6 cylinder FWD Automatic • 307,000 miles
1987 Buick Electra 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 307,000 miles. How do I adjust the throttle position sensor?
You can adjust it by loosening up the holders on it and move it, I would not suggest doing this as it will probably mess up your settings and the car will not run properly, it sounds like you need to replace your throttle position sensor (TPS).
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