Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2001 16:50:47 GMT
From: "KeithG" <noonenopsaml.com>
Subject: Re: 9000 TPS unit and fuel economy


Danny, before you 'replace it' check to make sure that the switch is defective. It may be that the throttle plate cam has worn such that there is not enough throw to actuate the switch. Probably a disassemble and inspect. These crazy electro mechanical devices can fail the electrical test sometimes due to a mechanical fault good luck KeithG "danny" <dannynopsamia-espresso.com> wrote in message news:3B5EF18C.9403E859nopsamia-espresso.com... > Hi all, > > A friend was looking over the car today, both of us trying to find out > why my fuel consumption is high (computer says an average of 20 imperial > MPG) with a mix of motorway and town driving. We checked for vacuum > leaks, and couldn't find any. We then checked the Throttle Position > Sensor (TPS) and found no resistance at any of the three contacts, > regardless of the throttle position. (we were able to check my friends > 9000, which has resistance for the same test). I assume this means that > the unit is faulty. Anyone know where to find a pattern part or if > other vehicles use this same Bosch unit, rather than the full Saab > retail price? > > -- > Regards, > Danny > > http://www.gaggia-espresso.com (a purely hobby site) > swap Z for above characters in email address to reply > > >

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