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    Question Tps help!

    When testing the TPS with a volt/OHM meter on the 20K scale, I know U put one lead on the middle prong and then the other lead on either side. I was wondering when testing should both sides do the same thing? The right side transitions pretty smooth, but the other side stays at 3.14

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