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    Ive got the z19dth in my saab just wondering if i could just swap over a tps ive borrowed to try or have they got to be calobrated in any way to the ecu im on about the one inbuilt to the throttle pedle, cheers

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    thottle pedals dont have an ecu, they are wired into the main engine ecu, if its exactly the same plug fitting then go for it, give it a try
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    Yeh i meant the main ecu ,i read somewhere about if you remove them you have to calobrate it to the main ecu but im unsure if it applies to ours? Im borrowing one off my brothers astra and dont want to mess his or mine up by unplugging!

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    not heard or seen any TPS calibration settings on tech2
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    Cheers fella, i dont think you needed to either but i just wanted to check first

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