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Must be Friday the 13th...2008 9-3 TPS failure warning light on after driving over a rough patch of roadway (typical Northeast type stuff). Tried restarting engine to see if it would reset to no avail. Original TPS sensors. I believe this is the 2nd time in a year where this has happened under similar circumstances, but I think it went away after letting it sit overnight.
If Saturday the 14th is not lucky for me, would an OBDII indicate which wheel sensor is bad, or something else? Thanks!
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