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WTB 944 Turbo Throttle Body (Sellers PM Inbox ONLY)

Needs to have the 6prong NOT 3 prong na TPS sensor , want it attached. Want it ready to go on the Throttle Body for quick swap, don't want to have to pull out coolent pipe and turbo soft pipe to get to the bottom screws to attach it to the TB if need to swap it fast.

If it's attached to the intake manifold then leave it on i will buy it like this one on Evilbay that had a worn TPS and won't work, it doesn't click proper at all when i tested by opening the TB & it was silent (which mean FAIL)

Don't know what Porsche Tech meant, but said he has to proper install the switch himself. TPS looks simple as sliding it on the TB , plug the switch & metal staple clip it in, and thread 2 screws at bottom of the TB to secure it. Apparently there is a WRONG way to replace TPS on the TB ?


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Yes, there's an adjustment-range for the TPS that can be off. Notice that the attachment points for the TPS is slotted? If it's not rotated properly, it will never click and never close the idle-switch. Loosen the two screws for the TPS and rotate from one extreme to the other.
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loosen screws and rotate fully, copy that

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Yes, there's an adjustment-range for the TPS that can be off. Notice that the attachment points for the TPS is slotted? If it's not rotated properly, it will never click and never close the idle-switch. Loosen the two screws for the TPS and rotate from one extreme to the other.
I have a couple of untested TB with TPS on them, may have to just swap the TB and reconnect the cable, is there a wrong way to pop the cable pin from TB ?

My mechanic said to let him do it loosen screws and install, but certain stuff he don't mind i fix & that ain't one.
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Any advice will be VERY appreciated folks, in the end it's owners car and owners responsibility so i already have hood up with hood shocks installed myself but koni's still in the seat with race brakes lines, and getting my hands dirty while Tech works on his son's Chevy for sale, which seems like all month, maybe he will charge his son $500 storage fee to be fair.

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couldn't work on the car this month much, Porsche shop is flooded to my ankles right where my 951 sits.

Maybe i'm just over reacting and getting impatient because everyone i see now is demanding some answers about progress on my car getting fixed, they wan't to ride in it and i promised them last year i would make that happen, now i just hand them the contact info to the shop and ask them to keep me posted when they find that out, they just frown and drop the card.
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Other buyers wanting parts are welcome to post their own WTB classified & Sellers can reach me by PM inbox ONLY, please don't start another bidding war on my buy/sell ads.
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