TPS reset


3 replies to this topic
  • jentzschman

Posted June 29, 2014 - 07:32 PM

#1

Yep, like a dork I removed the star screw holding the TPS to the carb and as soon as it came loose I let a few expletives fly. 

 

I have looked over the manual but have not seem anything as to how to reset it back to stock. 

 

Any thoughts on what I can do?

 

Thanks. 



  • Krannie McKranface

Posted June 29, 2014 - 08:05 PM

#2

Your owners manual won't cover it

The service manual will

There are also youtube videos



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  • jentzschman

Posted June 29, 2014 - 08:21 PM

#3

Your owners manual won't cover it

The service manual will

There are also youtube videos

I have been trying to find youtube videos about it but unless I am using wrong key words I have not been able to find any.

 

I do have a digital copy of the owners service manual. 

 

I should add I heard what appeared to be a spring so I am guessing the valve on the carb got unwound. This is why I am concerned as I do not know to to reset it bcd to stock. 


Edited by jentzschman, June 29, 2014 - 08:34 PM.


  • beairmo

Posted June 30, 2014 - 06:38 AM

#4

Yep, like a dork I removed the star screw holding the TPS to the carb and as soon as it came loose I let a few expletives fly. 

 

I have looked over the manual but have not seem anything as to how to reset it back to stock. 

 

Any thoughts on what I can do?

 

Thanks.

What year is your bike?

 

My 2009 WR450F has the "stumble" or "sutter" around 5000 RPM and I was hell bent to fix it. Getting to the TPS while the carb is on the bike is a bitch. I finally gave up and removed the carb, which requires unbolting the shock and subframe.

 

Ultimately, I installed the DynaFS ignition which allows you to calibrate the TPS and set it with actually adjusting the sensor. You will find a lot of info if you search DynaFS.

 

Good Luck






 
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