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Check engine light on with the TPS code. replaced TPS and pig tail and it checked out OK with volt meter. The light still comes back on with the TPS code

What else could be wrong that would make the TPS code come up?

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Check engine light comes on and off, these are indication that there is some error code stored in your vehicles ECM. The engine module computer needs to be scanned. These will give the code and as per the error code the further problem can be detected and confirmed. The engine light indicator blinks or remains steady on dash when engine computer noticed any problem with any engine electrically operated components.


For more help, I suggest you to refer the help links provided below. These will let you know more about which areas to look, check, when there is engine light coming up on dash panel.

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Click the link below: -------

CHECK ENGINE LIGHT


http://alltypesofpartsreplacing.blogspot.com/2012/12/check-engine-lightengine-warning-light.html

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Check Engine Light Reset Procedure?
http://whoisbyme.blogspot.in/2012/06/check-engine-light-reset-procedure.html
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These will help.
Thanks.

Posted on Dec 06, 2012

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you need to go to an electronic specialist or you can buy one of the scanners that clears the codes for you from advanced auto or autozone or some place like that.

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did you try a vent solenoid? this is located behind left rear wheel in fender.

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The P0455 indicates you have a gross vacuum leak in the EVAP system.
Start at the engine and the vacuum purge valve, start checking the vacuum hoses and lines all the way back to the EVAP canister near the gas tank. Make sure no hose or lines are cracked / disconnected.
If all looks OK, let me know and we will proceed from there. Below is a schematic of the EVAP system for reference.
Good luck and let me know.
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Check the fuse that powers the DLC. It might be shared with the cig lighter or aux power sockets adn may have been blown.

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