I have a (rarely used) GB Instruments GDT-11 multimeter in my toolbox.
You have to understand that I have "just enough knowlege to be dangerous" when it comes to electronic diagnosis.
So I'll type what I *think* is right, and you can confirm or deny that ... OK?
I do understand that it's resistance that I'll be measuring, so the red lead will go in the center (red) outlet on the multimeter "V(Ohm)mA".
I'm fairly sure that I'll want the switch pointing to one of the five indicator scales in the lower left (Ohms) Here's the part I'm really not sure of -- "200"?
I suppose that I could call the tech line to get the correct specification range?
Both of the leads will, of course be used to probe 2 of the 3 TPS connectors ... But which 2? I'm thinking that polarity is not a concern.
I also understand your advice to move the potentiometer slowly and smoothly throughout it's range ... thanks for that.